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We are dedicated to developing initiatives that will better the South East Queensland environment and ensure the longevity of its native wildlife.
We are currently working in conjunction with SEQ Catchments and Gecko, a Gold Coast environmental group, to save the threatened Richmond Birdwing Butterfly from extinction.
Revenue created from the recycling of waste products from various electricity projects will fund the restoration of the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly's environment and preserve it for future generations.
We are partnering with SEQ Catchments to help restore the vulnerable koala population in the Moreton Bay Regional Council area.
The three-year pilot project involves replanting 4,200 koala food trees at North Pine Dam.
Funding of $200,000 for the project has been raised from the recycling of scrap metal from Energex's electricity network upgrade projects.
Energex's koala habitat restoration project is assisting to halt habitat loss in South East Queensland for native wildlife.
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