Nearly 10 million lamps and light fixtures were collected by the Belgians in 2018. To reward that, Recupel launched a campaign in which every Belgian could identify his or her 'hidden treasures': beautiful but undervalued places that deserve to be put in the spotlight. 'Memory of Expo 58' in Laeken was one of the winners.
The reconstruction of the boulevards in the city centre continues. The following works will take place at the Boulevard Adolphe Max and its surrounding streets, namely Rue du Finistère, Rue du Pont-Neuf, Rue de Malines, Rue de la Fiancée and Rue Saint-Pierre. Comments and suggestions about this preliminary design are welcome from 31 January to 28 February 2020.
From 1 February 2020, the use of alcoholic beverages in the public area of the pedestrian zone will be prohibited from midnight to 6 am. The consumption of alcoholic beverages will only be permitted on terraces with a license and at events authorized or organized by the City of Brussels.
The 'Energy Pack' of Buxelles Environnement (Leefmilieu Brussel) is particularly aimed at small and medium-sized businesses, companies and the liberal professions in the Brussels Capital Region. This allows them to benefit from free professional and personalized energy coaching in order to reduce their energy consumption and bill.