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What can I do to keep being sustainable?

  1. Go green with your neighbours

    Sustainable and resilient communites go green together. This section includes examples of how self-organised local groups are contributing to a green future and having fun along the way.

  2. Save water

    There are heaps of simple things you can do around the house to reduce your water usage and ensure that we have enough of this precious resource to go around.

  3. Save energy

    Saving energy is part of everyday life - everyone knows about turning off lights when you are not in the room. Here are some one-off energy saving ideas that have serious long term benefits.

  4. Reduce waste

    Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Respect. Replenish.

  5. Retrofitting for BAL Regulations

    Retrofitting and renovating your home can make it more sustainable and protect it from bushfires.

  6. Save money with green loans

    Choosing a green loans can save you lots of money in lower interest rates if you are purchasing enviromentally friendly products such as a rainwater tank, energy-efficient appliances, insulation or photovoltaic cells to generate power from the sun.

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