ShareWaste

ShareWaste
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ShareWaste is a free platform that connects people who want to recycle their kitchen food scraps within their neighbourhood and reduce their impact on the environment. ShareWaste ShareWaste is a free platform that connects people who want to recycle their kitchen food scraps within their neighbourhood and reduce their impact on the environment. Recycling; Waste and Recycling; Sustainable Living
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ShareWaste is a free platform that connects people who want to recycle their kitchen food scraps within their neighbourhood. By joining the ShareWaste community, you can reduce your impact on the environment by keeping food waste out of the red bin, and away from landfill.

Become a ShareWaste Host

If you have a compost bin, worm farm or keep chickens you can register as a Host and receive more food scraps to turn into compost for your garden or save money on chook food. You would also help fellow ShareWaste members recycle their food scraps and divert this useful resource away from landfill.

Become a ShareWaste Donor

If you have limited space or don’t yet have the tools to do home composting or worm farming, you can join ShareWaste as a Donor. You collect your food scraps, connect with a nearby Host in your area and drop them off to help them create more compost or feed their chooks while reducing your carbon footprint.   

 

 As part of Canterbury Bankstown Council's priorities for a Cleaner and Greener City, we have partnered with ShareWaste to promote their platform to our wider community via the Council website and social media channels. The information we collect as part of this collaboration will inform the development of future Council programs or services.

 

Eli and Tom, food waste reduction enthusiasts and Founders of ShareWaste

 

 

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T​his project is a NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Waste Less Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.