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GovHack 2018 State of the environment

  • SoE2015: Household waste recovered or recycled

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    Between 2010-2011 and 2014-2015 the amount of glass and plastic being sent for recycling by councils increased by about 6,500 tonnes and 6,900 tonnes respectively, although...
  • SoE2015: Erosion prone area

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    Coastal erosion continues to impact the Queensland coast, with several major incidents at developed areas.
  • SoE2015: Storm tide inundation

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    Storm tide inundation events continue to impact the coast, however, no severe events were recorded for human settlements for 2012-2015.
  • SoE2015: Household waste landfilled

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    The amount of domestic kerbside waste sent to landfill decreased from about 1.28 million tonnes in 2012-2013 to about 1.21 million tonnes in 2014-2015.
  • SoE2015: Number of litter items for different site types

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    The average number of litter items is higher in Queensland than Australia across all site types particularly shopping centres, retail areas and highways.
  • SoE2015: Number of litter items in Queensland

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    The average number of litter items at urban sites in Queensland has been consistently higher than the average across Australia.
  • SoE2015: Main material types littered

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    Cigarette butts are the most common type of litter although they make up only a very small fraction of the total volume of litter.

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