All City of Canada Bay in-person events and workshops have been suspended until further notice. We will be monitoring the situation closely and taking advice from relevant authorities on when it will be safe to return to resume our workshops. For the latest information on Council’s response to COVID-19, please click here.
City of Canada Bay has launched the Compost Capers program to help you get started composting at home. With educational videos, fact sheets and even giveaways of compost bins and worm farms, visit Compost Capers today to help you turn your food and garden scraps into a valuable resource that will improve soil and feed your plants.
Composting is one of the most important actions we can take to benefit the environment and one of the easiest. Approximately 50 per cent of the rubbish Australians put in the everyday mixed-waste garbage bin is food scraps.
When organic material such as garden waste and food scraps is buried or compacted anaerobically (without air) in landfills, it causes the production of methane gas, a greenhouse gas contributing to climate change.
When food scraps are turned into compost and added to the soil, the benefits are:
There are many ways to compost, using a compost bin and/or worm farm are just two ways we can recycle organics at home. For more information attend one of Council’s free workshops or download:
The City of Canada Bay delivers free composting and worm farming workshops to residents through the WasteLess in the Bay workshop program. While Council face-to-face workshops are suspended due to COVID-19, you can learn how to compost or take care of worm farms with our online Compost Capers program.