Composting and Worm Farming

Composting, worm farming or using a bokashi bin are ideal ways to turn unavoidable food scraps into nutrient-rich fertiliser for your garden. You can buy subsidised composting systems via the Compost Revolution (which incorporates on-line tutorials and trouble-shooting guides).


If you do not have the space or the capacity to set up a worm farm or compost bin, the Sharewaste site might be of interest.

It connects people who wish to compost their kitchen scraps with their neighbours who are already composting, worm-farming or keeping chickens. 

Pet Waste Composting

The benefits of using a composting system to deal with your pet waste are:

  • a reduction in the number of plastic bags you use
  • the diversion of pet waste away from landfill
  • a simple no-fuss system that eliminates odour
  • it is a discreet inground system – only the lid is above ground level
  • it returns carbon and microbes to the soil and helps enrich your garden

Council is subsidising the cost of the pet waste systems (including free delivery) through the Compost Revolution Website.



Join the Compost Revolution