BCEC + Tangalooma EcoMarines

BCEC is a proud partner and supporter of Tangalooma EcoMarines, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to protecting the marine and wildlife in our spectacular Moreton Bay and local islands as well as the rivers and estuaries that feed into the bay.

BCEC EcoMarine ambassadors help to create awareness of local environmental issues that affect the marine habitat and wildlife population of the Bay through both education and action.

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130,583

Meals donated to Foodbank

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+ 3,100

Hours of community service

Cr Water Savings

36%

Reduction in water usage

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Earth Check Sustainability Certification

We have EarthCheck Gold Certification for our environmental practices and achievements. The global certification program acknowledges the Centre’s compliance to the highest environmental standards.

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Our green initiatives

Retro fit of the Centre’s escalators to sensor mode resulting in 30% reduction in escalator energy usage

An Organic Waste Dehydrator to handle organic waste generated by the Centre. The dehydrator turns 100kg of waste into 10 kg of biomass similar in properties to dynamic lifter or blood and bone.

The Centre is an official QLD FluoroCycle Signatory. FluoroCycle is part of the National Waste Policy which seeks to increase the national recycling rate of waste mercury-containing lamps.

Recycled water is used to clean the facility’s roof, approx. 37,500m2.  The process of blocking storm water drains and redirecting water to collection containers recycles 170,000L for reuse and preventing pollution from entering the storm water system

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Future Goals

The Centre is proud to participate in AEG 1EARTH, AEG’s corporate environmental sustainability program which tracks our environmental performance on energy and water consumption, waste diversion and contributes towards 2020 Environmental Goals.

Sustainable Reporting

For more information on how we measure and evaluate our sustainability efforts

Read AEG Sustainability Report →

CommunityWatch

We are proud to have a very active Community Engagement Program, which encourages our people to have a positive social impact on the local and wider communities.

Recent Projects

RSPCA Pop Up Adoption: BCEC hosted the second RSPCA Pop up Adoption Day. Dogs, cats, puppies and kittens converged on the Centre from all over Queensland and 30+ BCEC team members volunteered on the day. This event was an astounding success with an incredible 415 animals finding homes, exceeding the total adoptions of 276 from the previous year.

Salvation Army Community Christmas Lunch: the Centre host its annual Community Christmas Lunch for families of the Salvos many communities offering a little hope and cheer to those most in need at Christmas time. This is the 7th year that the Centre, with the help of our suppliers and other supporters, has partnered with the Salvos in providing a traditional Christmas Lunch for 500 adults and children

Laundry Drive for Friends with Dignity: BCEC team members organised a Laundry Drive for local community organisation Friends With Dignity who provide support to people impacted by domestic violence.

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Trust the world's best

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre has been awarded the Apex Award by the AIPC association for receiving the highest client rated service out of any convention centre world wide.

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