International Compost Awareness Week Australia

International Compost Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness of the importance of compost, a valuable organic resource and to promote compost use, knowledge and products.

We can compost to help scrap carbon pollution by avoiding landfilling organic materials and helping to build healthier soils.

Check out the website to learn more about the benefits of compost and the Compost Awareness Week activities.

Home composting in Hobart and across Tasmania

Want to turn your food and garden waste into nutrient rich compost to improve your soil?

This fabulous guide from City of Hobart and Good Life Permaculture was written for Tasmanians living in cool temperate climates and covers:

  • small compost bins
  • tumblers
  • different types of worm farms
  • bokashi bins
  • big compost bays, and
  • good old backyard chooks.

Enjoy!

Illustrations and design: Rachel Tribout (c) 2018

International Compost Awareness Week

A week of activities and events to improve awareness of the importance of  compost.

Discover the benefits of using compost to improve or maintain high quality soil, to grow healthy plants, reduce the use of fertilizer and pesticides, improve water quality and protect the environment. The week-long event includes a poster contest and activities and events promoted through governments, public municipalities and local businesses.

Check out the website  to learn more about the benefits of compost.

verticaldividerRethink Waste aims to improve our efforts at reducing, reusing and
recycling in order to decrease the amount of waste that ends up as landfill.
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