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2,300 Tonnes of Food and Garden Organics Recycled in Byron Shire

Originally published in the BYRON BAY BLOG. For more information about this publication or the beautiful Byron Bay area, click here . For more information on the Compost-A-Pak liners used in the program, click here Congratulations Byron Shire! You have … Continue reading

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Thick Enough To Trust

Our brand new Compost-A-Pak campaign is here! We would love to know what you think. Just click on the link provided below and feel free to leave us a comment on your thoughts.  

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NEW SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES PROVIDE CITY LINK TO REAL FOOD

There is an increasing disconnect between food production and our consumption of food, which is being brought into sharper focus through ongoing reports and media focus on climate change, increasing oil prices and recent food-price and supply instability. Indeed as … Continue reading

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COMPOSTING MAKES YOU HAPPY :)

Researchers have discovered that digging in the dirt may improve your mood, even if you are not passionate about gardening. Researchers believe Mycobaterium vaccae,  a bacteria found in soil may activate neurons, similar to anti-depressants. Couple this with a recent review … Continue reading

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FOOTPRINTS TURN INTO A STAMPEDE IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS

A compost revolution is afoot within Randwick and Waverly. 600 households have taken up composting or worm farming, and are converting food waste to create rich healthy soil. Waverly and Randwick Councils have lead the revolution, recruiting residents and teaching … Continue reading

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