Food Waste Recycling

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Scraping leftovers from dinner plate into kitchen caddy.

Food Waste Recycling - Food Waste will be able to go in your Garden Bin

From August 3rd 2020, all Casey residents can put both food and garden waste into their garden bin. This will now be called the food + garden waste bin. Using this service is optional and details about which items are accepted in the food + garden bin can be found at here at Casey’s Food Waste Recycling page.

Casey is offering a free 7L kitchen caddy and two native plants to the first 4500 residents to fill in the below survey (please note the original offer of 3000 caddies has been extended due to demand). The kitchen caddy is designed to capture food waste, before being emptied into the food + garden waste bin. Caddies and native plants will be distributed in July. Residents who do not want a free kitchen caddy can use any container to collect food waste, such as an ice cream container.

Background

At Casey we are always trying to improve the ways we manage waste, to best serve our growing community and the environment. About 30% of household rubbish is food scraps and waste. Food Waste Recycling enables Casey residents to recycle their household food waste by putting it into the garden bin. The food and garden material collected from residents will be turned into compost. There will be no changes to the frequency or day of Casey's kerbside services.


Food Waste Recycling - Food Waste will be able to go in your Garden Bin

From August 3rd 2020, all Casey residents can put both food and garden waste into their garden bin. This will now be called the food + garden waste bin. Using this service is optional and details about which items are accepted in the food + garden bin can be found at here at Casey’s Food Waste Recycling page.

Casey is offering a free 7L kitchen caddy and two native plants to the first 4500 residents to fill in the below survey (please note the original offer of 3000 caddies has been extended due to demand). The kitchen caddy is designed to capture food waste, before being emptied into the food + garden waste bin. Caddies and native plants will be distributed in July. Residents who do not want a free kitchen caddy can use any container to collect food waste, such as an ice cream container.

Background

At Casey we are always trying to improve the ways we manage waste, to best serve our growing community and the environment. About 30% of household rubbish is food scraps and waste. Food Waste Recycling enables Casey residents to recycle their household food waste by putting it into the garden bin. The food and garden material collected from residents will be turned into compost. There will be no changes to the frequency or day of Casey's kerbside services.


  • Please provide your details to register for a free Kitchen Caddy and two native plants to get your household food waste recycling off to a great start. 


    The offer of a free Kitchen Caddy and two native plants is limited to 4500 Casey households, so get in quickly to reserve yours by registering below.


    After registering, please help us to engage with Casey's community answering some optional survey questions.

    Please provide your details to register for a free Kitchen Caddy and two native plants to get your household food waste recycling off to a great start. 


    The offer of a free Kitchen Caddy and two native plants is limited to 4500 Casey households, so get in quickly to reserve yours by registering below.


    After registering, please help us to engage with Casey's community answering some optional survey questions.

    Register here
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