Waterway Litter Cycle Posters
Litter and waterways, think about it?
Waterways choke on litter
Protect waterways from litter
2010 Waterway Litter Awareness Campaign
We wouldn’t do this at home, so let’s not do it to our waterways
Cigarette butts can take up to 12 months to break down in fresh water and up to 5 years in seawater. Read More.
Lost and littered recreational fishing line has many impacts on waterways. Read More.
Paint, varnishes and lacquer along with other household products contain a range of toxins and petrochemicals that are hazardous to aquatic wildlife and degrade water quality. Read More.
Rain washes street litter into the stormwater system and into local waterways. Read More.
Other Healthy Waterways Posters
Stop Stormwater Pollution poster – Bad
Stop Stormwater Pollution poster – Good
2009 Healthy Waterways Awards poster
2009 Report Card poster
Brisbane River poster
Bremer River poster
Report Card 2008 poster
Discover the Waterways of South East Queensland
This book is a guide to the health of South East Queensland’s waterways and catchments. It describes how they function and why they are so special and important to our lives.
Healthy Waterways: Healthy Catchments
This book is an essential resource for anyone interested in the waterways of South East Queensland.
It provides comprehensive summaries of the issues facing each catchment and waterway.
Getting the Process Right: Designing and Implementing Riparian Rehabilitation Projects in South East Queensland
This booklet provides guidance for community groups on how to undertake stream bank restoration, presented on a CD.