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Collect your free kitchen caddy

 

Residents of Coffs Harbour City Council, Bellingen Shire Council and Nambucca Valley Council can collect your FREE Kitchen Caddy from one of the locations listed below or at one of our pop-up events listed here.

Caddies are available for residents that receive a kerbside bin collection service.

Please have proof of residential address with you. Please remember you must wear a fitted face mask when attending any of the caddy collection locations.

Coffs Harbour City Council Customer Service
Cnr Coff and Castle Streets Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Ph 02 6648 4000

Harry Bailey Memorial Library
Cnr Coff & Duke Streets Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Ph 02 6648 4900

Toormina Library
Minorie Drive Toormina NSW 2452
Ph 02 6648 4925

Woolgoolga Library
Ganderton Street Woolgoolga NSW 2456
Ph 02 6648 4902

Nambucca Valley Council Administration Building
44 Princess St Macksville NSW 2447
Ph 6568 2555

Bellingen Council33 Hyde St Bellingen NSW 2454Ph 6655 7300

Bellingen LibraryMaam Gaduying (Meeting Place) Park Bellingen NSW 2454Ph 02 6655 1744

Dorrigo Library6 Pine Street Dorrigo  NSW 2453Ph 6657 2234

Urunga Library32 Bonville Street Urunga NSW 2455Ph 6655 6444

Bellingen Waste Management Transfer Station
Bowerville Road Bellingen NSW 2454
Ph 02 6655 3777

Dorrigo Waste Management Centre
Old Coramba Road Dorrigo NSW 2453
Ph 02 6657 2524

Raleigh Waste Management Centre
Short Cut Road Raleigh NSW 2454
Ph 02 6655 3777

On average up to 18% of what we put in our red lid wheelie bin should be placed in the green lid wheelie bin, which is for all food scraps and garden waste.

By composting your food scraps via the green bin or composting at home, you can significantly reduce your climate change footprint.

Did you know?!

Why compost?

When organic matter breaks down in landfill, it produces greenhouse gases and liquids that are harmful to the environment and costly to manage. Let’s keep food and garden scraps out of our local landfill.

Reduce
emissions

Less waste in your red bin means more space in our landfills.

Reduce
landfill waste

Food and garden scraps are a valuable resource that can be transformed into nutrient-rich compost that is used in local gardens, parks and farms.

Reuse valuable resources

Your green bin is emptied weekly. When all your food and garden scraps are in your green bin, they will be emptied every week, reducing smells and pests around your home. This is especially helpful when we consume more food, like at Christmas time!

Weekly
collection

Get your
how-to-guide
here!

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For more information contact info@letsgetcomposting.org.au

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