Composting and worm farming

Composting and worm farming
Worm Farming
You can reduce your waste by up to half simply by composting or worm farming food scraps and garden vegetation. Composting & worm farming You can reduce your waste by up to half simply by composting or worm farming food scraps and garden vegetation.  


 
You can reduce your waste by up to half simply by composting or worm farming food scraps and garden cuttings. It's easy, fun and a great way of making free natural fertiliser for your plants.
Composting suits households with a backyard and a sunny spot, and will require turning every week to keep aerated. The compost can be used back on your garden, especially around vegetable crops.
A worm farm suits households with small balconies or courtyards as they use a small space. They’re also very popular with children and can be an interesting ‘pet’ to observe. The primary product of a worm farm is the ‘worm juice’ that can be diluted with water and used on pot plants or gifted to a friend.
Compost bins and worm farms are available from most nurseries or garden supply stores, or from a range of online retailers for example, ​www.compostrevolution.com.au/australia-wide
Setting them up is easy too.  Watch how below:

Contact

For more information, call Council’s Resource Recovery Team on 9707 9000.