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Food and garden waste bin available for renters across City of Whittlesea

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Renters across the City of Whittlesea can now apply for a 240-litre green lidded kerbside food and garden waste bin, helping to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.

This new service allows renters to directly apply for a food and garden waste bin – a simple way for all to make a positive impact on the environment.

City of Whittlesea Chief Executive Craig Lloyd said the initiative allowed renters to help reduce environmental impacts of food and garden waste.

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“I’m excited to announce the food and garden waste bin expansion, making it easier for renters to access the same conveniences as their neighbours,” he said.

“We’re empowering families and individuals within our community to make tangible contributions to the environment.”

The food scraps and garden waste collected will be processed locally in the City of Whittlesea into nutrient-rich compost that will be used in parks and gardens.

To make it even easier, the bin comes with a small 7-litre kitchen caddy and 150 free compostable liners delivered every year to help collect food waste at home.

For more information about the cost of this service and to order a food and garden waste bin visit whittlesea.vic.gov.au/food-garden.

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