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Your sustainable home

Our household decisions – including the ways we use energy, water, and other natural resources, as well as how we dispose of them - can have a heavy impact on our environment, our neighbours, and our future.

Changing our habits doesn’t have to be hard and it can be a lot of fun!

Here you can learn what you can do to be more sustainable in your daily life that will help to preserve the environment - around Campbelltown and beyond.

Alternatively, book in for one of our free workshops delivered by the Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living.

Blitz your home. Sustainably!

The Sustainable Living Guide website is jam-packed with ideas, tips and inspiration about how small, easy changes can have positive impacts on the environment, our health and wellbeing - and save us money too!

Council has also helped to develop a series of Sustainability Blitz factsheets that can help you get started in your sustainable path today

Fact sheets

  • Worm Farms(434KB, PDF)
    Learn how to convert your household waste into nutrient rich castings and liquid fertiliser using a worm farm.
  • Mulching(1MB, PDF)
    Mulch is an effective and protective covering which when placed around plants can prevent the evaporation of moisture, the freezing of roots and the growth of weeds.
  • Natural Cleaning(519KB, PDF)
    We can all help look after our environment by using fewer chemicals. Learn how to easily make your own environmentally friendly cleaning products at home.
  • Smart shopping(461KB, PDF)
    Think global and shop local! Learn some easy tips on how to shop smart and why that will benefit our future so much.
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