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Birkdale Landfill remediation


Council has recently begun a $7 million upgrade of the Birkdale landfill and waste transfer station. The works will see closed landfill cells rehabilitated and re-vegetated, as well as the construction of a new gate-house bypass lane. The Birkdale Waste Transfer Station will remain open, however users may experience delays at times, particularly when construction  Continue reading…

Permanent place to drop off household hazards


Council now offers a permanent household hazardous waste drop-off point at Redland Bay Waste Transfer Station for Redland City residents. Disposal of household hazardous waste is free but volume limits apply and your own proof of residency is required (i.e. Drivers Licence) Please note: Hazardous waste from commercial businesses or non-residents will not be accepted  Continue reading…

Social media keeps people informed during Marcia


Mother Nature again showed her might recently with ex-tropical Cyclone Marcia delivering heavy rainfall and strong winds to the Redlands. While Redland City was spared the full brunt of the weather, congratulations go to residents and emergency services for their preparedness and response to the event. With around 200 SES and Council staff at hand  Continue reading…

Pulse eNewsletter – September 2013


Mayor in Asia Get Ready Redlands – fire alert Squashing litterbugs! Council projects make the grade Feedback on priority projects Koalas counting on you Game on   Mayor in Asia The Redlands’ “open for business” strategy has been drawing strong interest during my trade mission to China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan. The positive feedback  Continue reading…