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Composting and worm farming

Setting up your own composting system or worm farm is a great way to recycle your food waste into fertiliser, and soil conditioner for your garden.

And since the average garbage bin contains around 56% organic waste (nearly 5kg per week), you’ll be throwing a lot less in your garbage bin too!

Read about the different systems below to find out which one will work best for you.

Learn how it works

If you’re new to worm farming or composting and want to learn how they work, you can download our fact sheets:

Worm farming fact sheet(434KB, PDF)

Composting fact sheet(472KB, PDF)

Or why not come along to one of our free workshops at the Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living! Contact the Centre on 02 4647 9828 to book a place or find out more.

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