Worm farms & Composting

Food and garden organic waste makes up 40 to 50 percent of waste sent to landfills.

A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimise food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertiliser for your plants, gardens and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertiliser this can then be used on gardens and in pot plants to keep them healthy.

Composting is a great way to reduce organic waste and improve soils. Download the NSW Government Easy Guide to Composting below.

NSW Government Easy Guide to Composting

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