The Queensland Government will provide eligible regional businesses with transition rebates for up to 9 years as they move from obsolete tariffs to standard business tariffs.
The Home Energy Emergency Assistance Scheme is for Queensland households experiencing problems paying their electricity or reticulated natural gas bills as a result of an unforeseen emergency or a short-term financial crisis.
The Medical Cooling and Heating Electricity Concession Scheme helps with electricity costs for people who have a chronic medical condition.
Queensland concession card holders including pensioners, seniors and veterans may be eligible for an electricity or gas rebate to reduce their energy bills.
The Waste Free Systems program is free and helps hair and beauty salon members to reuse, recycle and reduce waste going to landfill. Assistance includes bins, training for staff and marketing materials.
The Sustainable Salons program assists salon members including beauty and pet-grooming salons, barber shops, and dermal and cosmetics clinics across Australia to recycle and reduce waste going to landfill. Profits from the sale of recycled materials go to OzHarvest.
The Australasian Recycling Label provides Australians with easy-to-understand recycling information when you need it most. It makes it easier for you to put the right packaging in the right bin. It removes confusion, saves time and reduces waste going to landfill.
The Containers for Change scheme enables people in Queensland to take eligible beverage containers to return points and receive a 10 cent refund for each container. You can choose to keep your refund or donate it to charity.
The Business Energy Advice Program delivers advice to help eligible small businesses get better energy deals and reduce energy usage.
The Queensland Business Energy Savers Program provides free energy audits and advice for agricultural customers and large business customers, and co-contributions to fund energy-efficiency upgrades.