Environment & cleanliness

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Cleanliness

Brussels wants to be a beautiful, clean and green city.

 

News

News

  • Call for projects 'Initiatives for sustainability'

    Call for projects 'Initiatives for sustainability'

    The City of Brussels shall make a total of 18,000 euro of grants available for the realization of initiatives for sustainable development on the territory of the City. The call for projects is part of the Local Agenda 21 of the City. The project applications must be received on 8 May 2016 at the latest.

  • 12 walks in the Brussels parks

    12 walks in the Brussels parks

    The City of Brussels organizes 12 guided walks to discover the biodiversity in the parks and green spaces of the city.

  • Solar panels at the pool of Laeken

    Solar panels at the pool of Laeken

    240 photovoltaic solar panels have been installed on the roof of the swimming pool of Laeken. The installation was the first part of a major investment in solar panels by the City in 2016.

  • Public inquiry Water Management Plan 2016-2021

    Public inquiry Water Management Plan 2016-2021

    The Brussels Capital Region takes various measures for the water management in Brussels. The public inquiry of the design of the plan runs until 31 May 2016.

  • Peregrine falcons back in Brussels

    Peregrine falcons back in Brussels

    A pair of peregrine falcons is back on top of the St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral in the spring of 2016. This year they have 5 eggs.

 

Agenda

Agenda