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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The Wheelie Good event planned for Saturday 6 April has been postponed due to heavy rains  
The event will now take place on Saturday 13 April. Existing tickets are valid for the new date.

It’s your chance to collect 'Wheelie Good® Compost'. It's compost that is made especially for you from the material collected from your household green bins. When you use your green bin correctly, we can produce compost even more efficiently.

What you need to do to get your compost:

  1. Complete one online registration form for your household within the Canterbury-Bankstown area.

  2. Bring a printed or digital copy of your ticket with proof of your residency (both addresses must match, this could be in the form of a drivers licence, rates notice, utility bill or any other current proof of residency).

  3. You MUST arrive within your selected one-hour collection period to receive your compost.

Remember, without your ticket you will not be able to collect your compost.

Autumn Events

Only one booking across all 3 autumn events (16/3, 24/3, 6/4) will be valid. To keep this event fair for all residents, additional bookings will be cancelled.


​Event details
​Ticketing details
​Roselands 1
When: 16 March, 8-11am
Where: Council Depot – enter through gates at Ron Pate Training Centre, 27 Leslie Street, Roselands, NSW 2916
Release: 4 March, 10am
Roselands 2
When: 24 March, 8-11am
Where: Council Depot – enter through gates at Ron Pate Training Centre, 27 Leslie Street, Roselands, NSW 2916
Release: 12 March, 10am

​Panania
When: postponed to 13 April, 7-11am
Where: Kelso Waste Facility, 217 Bransgrove Road, Panania, NSW 2213
This event has been postponed to 13 April. Existing tickets will still be valid for the new date.
Release: 25 March, 10am
Join the waitlist


  How is Wheelie Good® Compost made?

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.

Get updates on new Wheelie Good dates and any additional ticket releases by signing up to Council’s ‘Clean and Green’ newsletter.

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.