Brochures and guides
Council officers may conduct noise monitoring in response to an official complaint about noise from building work, regulated devices, pumps, airconditioners, refrigeration equipment, indoor venues (excluding licensed premises) and power boats. Note: Council does not deal with nuisance noise from parties and rowdy behaviour, road or vehicle noise or noise from licensed premises.
Soil erosion on building sites can be a major source of sediment pollution in our waterways. This fact sheet outlines site management practices to help reduce erosion and sediment from your building site.
This fact sheet will help those involved in the building industry ensure that block work, stockpiling sand and cement, and block cutting do not cause contaminants to enter waterways.
This fact sheet will help those involved in the building industry ensure that concrete work, concrete pumping, wash down of concrete equipment and stockpiling materials do not cause contaminants to enter waterways.
This fact sheet provides information for drivers delivering goods and materials to building sites.
This fact sheet provides information for the building industry about how to keep building sites clean and prevent pollution.
Litter from building sites can cause pollution to our waterways and coastal areas. This fact sheet provides tips for managing building waste and litter.
This fact sheet provides information for the painting and plastering industries to help ensure waste and contaminants do not enter our stormwater systems.
Most materials from building sites may be recycled. This fact sheet provides reuse options and information for those involved with the building industry.
This fact sheet will help those involved in the building industry limit site disturbance, remove sediment and ensure that pollutants do not enter stormwater systems.