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Resources

Download resources to support your local illegal dumping prevention programs.

You can request access to other materials used in past projects or advice on creating a lasting behaviour-change program by contacting LIDUProjects@des.qld.gov.au.

Outdoor signage

The outdoor signage has been provided in two sizes. The large signs can be printed to a maximum of 2m x 1.2m; and the small signs to a maximum of 1.5m x 0.9m. All signs can be used in relevant problem areas.

Additional sign designs can be accessed through the Queensland Government's TC Signs, TC2099_1-5.

Posters

Posters (set to print at A3 size) are designed to create greater community awareness of your illegal dumping prevention program. Posters can be displayed in public areas including local businesses, tourist information centres, charity shops, charity bins, illegal dumping hotspots, nature reserves, shopping centre carparks, community events, or at any other location that can promote the message of working together to keep Queensland clean.

Factsheets

Terms and conditions

By using these resources and artwork, you signify your consent to the following Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to the Terms and Conditions detailed below, please do not download resources from this site.

  1. You are permitted to reproduce and use the artwork, with no attribution required, provided it is reproduced in whole.
  2. You are permitted to adapt, alter and use the artwork, with no attribution required, but you must remove the Queensland Government crest and associated text.
    To adapt or alter the artwork for design/printing/electronic media, you will need open the PDF in Adobe Illustrator, Acrobat or similar design software (you will not be able to amend the artwork in Acrobat Reader).
  3. You agree not to use the artwork, or any derivatives, for commercial advantage or monetary compensation.
  4. If you adapt or alter the artwork, or create a new artwork based on the artwork, you must make it available under these same terms and conditions.
  5. This website is owned and operated by the State of Queensland acting through the Department of Environment and Science (the department).
  6. The department makes no representation that materials on this site are appropriate or available for use in other locations or jurisdictions.