Welcome to the Compost Hub

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Thank you for making a difference in reducing food waste to landfill!

Please read the instructions below carefully to make sure you understand the process and what is required of you.

1. Decide if you are compost champion or a compost contributor, then read the relevant champion or contributor section below.

2. Complete the Compost Hub Registration Form below.

3. Place your pin on the map!

Need help?


A compost champion receives food scraps from local contributors in the neighbourhood. Please read all four steps before filling out the registration form.

1. Fill out the registration form

See the bottom of this page for the 'Compost Hub registration form'.

2. Place your pin on the map

Go to the map at the bottom of this page and place your pin at your nearest crossroad. Make sure to include your preferred contact details including an email or phone number so you can be contacted.

3. Connect with your neighbours - use the flyers in the Document Library

You will need at least four (4) compost contributors to start your compost hub and receive a compost bin and kitchen caddies. Please note, four (4) compost contributors means four (4) people, not four (4) households, but not people from your own household.

4. Receive your compost bin and kitchen caddies

Once you have four (4) compost contributors, email the waste officer with the name and address of your contributors. You will be eligible to receive your free compost bin and kitchen caddies for your contributors. This is provided by Council one time only. Please note, a maximum of four (4) kitchen caddies will be issued per compost champion. Email tmein@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

A compost contributor drops off their food scraps to a compost champion. If you would like to save food scraps from landfill but don’t want to compost, follow the steps below!

5. Update your pin on the map if you need more contributors or if you are full.


A compost contributor drops off their food scraps to a compost champion. If you would like to save food scraps from landfill but don’t want to compost, follow the steps below!

1. Find a compost champion near you

Look for a compost champion near you by searching the map. Click on a champion and note their details to make contact.

2. Place your pin on the map

Create your contributor pin on the map at your nearest crossroad. Include your preferred contact details such as an email or phone number so champions can contact you. Make sure to write how many people are in your household!

3. Fill out the registration form

Once you have found a compost champion, fill out the registration form at the bottom of this page.

Your compost champion will notify Council when they have signed up a minimum of four (4) contributors. Council will organise the delivery of kitchen caddies to your champion for you to collect your food scraps in.


Thank you for making a difference in reducing food waste to landfill!

Please read the instructions below carefully to make sure you understand the process and what is required of you.

1. Decide if you are compost champion or a compost contributor, then read the relevant champion or contributor section below.

2. Complete the Compost Hub Registration Form below.

3. Place your pin on the map!

Need help?


A compost champion receives food scraps from local contributors in the neighbourhood. Please read all four steps before filling out the registration form.

1. Fill out the registration form

See the bottom of this page for the 'Compost Hub registration form'.

2. Place your pin on the map

Go to the map at the bottom of this page and place your pin at your nearest crossroad. Make sure to include your preferred contact details including an email or phone number so you can be contacted.

3. Connect with your neighbours - use the flyers in the Document Library

You will need at least four (4) compost contributors to start your compost hub and receive a compost bin and kitchen caddies. Please note, four (4) compost contributors means four (4) people, not four (4) households, but not people from your own household.

4. Receive your compost bin and kitchen caddies

Once you have four (4) compost contributors, email the waste officer with the name and address of your contributors. You will be eligible to receive your free compost bin and kitchen caddies for your contributors. This is provided by Council one time only. Please note, a maximum of four (4) kitchen caddies will be issued per compost champion. Email tmein@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

A compost contributor drops off their food scraps to a compost champion. If you would like to save food scraps from landfill but don’t want to compost, follow the steps below!

5. Update your pin on the map if you need more contributors or if you are full.


A compost contributor drops off their food scraps to a compost champion. If you would like to save food scraps from landfill but don’t want to compost, follow the steps below!

1. Find a compost champion near you

Look for a compost champion near you by searching the map. Click on a champion and note their details to make contact.

2. Place your pin on the map

Create your contributor pin on the map at your nearest crossroad. Include your preferred contact details such as an email or phone number so champions can contact you. Make sure to write how many people are in your household!

3. Fill out the registration form

Once you have found a compost champion, fill out the registration form at the bottom of this page.

Your compost champion will notify Council when they have signed up a minimum of four (4) contributors. Council will organise the delivery of kitchen caddies to your champion for you to collect your food scraps in.


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