Wheelie Good® Compost

Wheelie Good® Compost
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Council turns the contents of your green bin into compost products which you can use. Wheelie Good® Compost #clean_n_green - Council turns the contents of your green bin into compost products which you can use. Recycling; Waste and Recycling
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Due to NSW Public Health Orders and restrictions, and to ensure the safety of our community, there are currently no scheduled Wheelie Good Compost giveaways.
Keep updated on when Wheelie Good tickets are released by subscribing to Council's Clean & Green newsletter at: cb.city/cleanandgreen
We apologise for any inconvenience and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support of the event.
Resource Recovery Team, City of Canterbury Bankstown.

Compost giveaways postponed due to current NSW Public Health Orders and restrictions.

Keep an eye on Council's What's On page for future dates for compost giveaways.

  • Bookings are essential. Register your details online here
  • Fill out the registration form and choose your preferred collection time.
  • Bring a printed or digital copy of your ticket and proof of address (addresses must match)
  • Arrive within your allocated collection time.

Note: Only 1 registration per car.


​Our 'Wheelie Good® Compost' products have been made especially for you from the material that is collected from your household green bins. When you use your green bin correctly, it can be used to create a high-quality compost product for your garden. Now that's an efficient closed-loop system! Watch how your garden waste is turned into compost in the short video below.
 
 

Wheelie Good® Compost is ideal for use as a soil conditioner, providing the benefits of: 

  • Adding organic matter that releases nutrients slowly;
  • Increased water holding capacity; and
  • Improves microbial activity in the soil. 

​Contact

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

Keep an eye on Council's What's On page for upcoming events.