‘Adopt a Spot’ is an enjoyable and educational litter program that gives local communities the opportunity to contribute to a healthier and cleaner environment. It engages volunteers (individuals, community groups, business groups) to undertake coordinated litter clean-ups of designated roadsides.
Clean Up Australia Day inspires thousands of Australians to take to their local park, bushland and streets to clean up their local environment.
We're looking for 1500 households to sign up for our free compost garden program and receive a free compost tumbler.
The Focus on Energy Reduction Campaign aims to empower residents to learn more about energy consumption and energy efficiency within their home.
Garage Sale Trail is one big day of Garage Sales happening right across Australia, on Saturday October 24th. Singleton Council has registered to be a part of this event. Find out how to be involved here.
National Tree Day is a tree planting event which provides the community with an opportunity to do something positive for the environment and reconnect with nature.
The Guide to Rural Residential Living brings together resources from a range of government agencies, local councils, community organisations and others. It provides information about how to address many land management issues and challenges often encountered on rural-residential properties.
Small Acts Big Change is a waste education program brought to you by the nine Councils here in the Hunter Region who are working together to help reduce the amount that is sent to landfill each year.
Council is trying to reduce pollutants such as litter, sediment, organic matter, weeds, nutrients, greases, oils and pesticides from reaching our waterways and affecting water quality. Learn how how you can help.
Find out about our limited cash incentives to replace your wood heater, tips for keeping your flue clean and how to report a smoky chimney