Kitchen Caddy & Green Bin Tips

1. Empty your caddy when full or every 2-3 days. You can also rinse it after each use if you wish. For a more th...

Could your takeaway container be composted?

Compostable containers include 100% paper, cardboard, wood, rye straw or compostable products with no lining or ...

A great place for pet waste

Did you know that all pet waste can be composted through your green organics bin? You may s...

Cardboard egg cartons are good to go in the green bin.

Egg cartons are made from recycled, low grade paper and cardboard which is great for compos...

Easy ways we can reduce food waste.

Australia’s food waste figures speak for themselves. The Federal Government estimates more ...

Greasy pizza boxes and paper bags can go in the green bin.

Ever wondered what to do with a pizza box, particularly if it’s quite greasy or has cheese ...

Nail clippings and hair are good to go in the green bin.

If you ever find yourself in a hairy or nail biting situation…don’t fear, the green organic...

Plastic is not fantastic in the green bin.

Please make sure you keep your green bin plastic free. Plastic items cause contamination is...

Please keep polystyrene foam and other plastics out of the green bin

Expanded polystyrene foam (aka Styrofoam) includes meat trays, coffee cups and foam packagi...

Post-it notes are good to go in the green bin.

Post-it notes, small pieces of paper and shredded paper can be placed in the green bin. Pa...

Shredded paper is good to go in the green bin.

Shredded paper provides a great sources or carbon, which is an important component of good ...

Disposing of nappy waste

All nappies, even those that claim to be biodegradable or compostable need to go in the general waste bin. At pr...