Environment & cleanliness

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Cleanliness

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

 

News

News

  • Crowdfunding for sustainable playground at Maelbeek Park

    Crowdfunding for sustainable playground at Maelbeek Park

    GoodPlanet wants to transform the traditional playground of the Maelbeek Park (European quarter) into a green playground. To realize this project, the organization launched a crowdfunding campaign.

  • Cleanliness. Fines for drivers caught in the act

    Cleanliness. Fines for drivers caught in the act

    The officers of the Cleanliness Service can now impose taxes for drivers caught in the act of disposing garbage, cigarette butts or illegal dumping.

  • 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 13 May 2015 at the latest.

  • 13 walks in the Brussels parks

    13 walks in the Brussels parks

    The City of Brussels organizes 13 walks to discover the biodiversity in the parks and green spaces of the city.

  • City searches Ambassadors of Cleanliness

    City searches Ambassadors of Cleanliness

    The City of Brussels organizes the 7th Cleanliness Day on Saturday 25 April 2015. During one day, everyone will be invited to clean their sidewalk. The City also searches residents to become Ambassador of Cleanliness.

  • Cleanliness committees in the spring

    Cleanliness committees in the spring

    In each district of the City of Brussels, a Cleanliness committee takes place twice a year. Cleanliness committees are district meetings where the inhabitants can learn more about public cleansing. The dates and places for the committees of March and April 2015 are known.

 

Agenda

Agenda