Since nearly half of all household waste is food scraps and garden waste, composting bins and worm farms provide a great way of not only diverting waste from landfill but creating nutrient rich compost for your garden and vegetable patches. In addition, residents can also dispose of green waste in the following ways:
Accepted items include
Composting and worm farming aid in soil conditioning and fertiliser production and are great way to educate adults and children alike about the importance of recycling and waste reduction. City of Kalamunda residents are eligible for subsidies on worm
farms and compost bins.
Worm CaféResidents are required to attend a free workshop and learn how to set-up and care for the worm farm to be entitled to the subsidy. The package is valued at $235.00 and residents pay the subsidised price of $125.00
at the workshop.
The Worm Café package includes:
Assembled size: 57cm long x 39cm x 75cm
A maximum of one subsidised package is allowed per household
The workshops are run in partnership with The Worm Shed.
Compost BinsResidents are required to attend a free workshop and learn how to turn food and garden waste into nutrient-rich compost. Once attended, City of Kalamunda residents are able to purchase twin 220L compost bins and receive
a $55 rebate upon proof of purchase and residence.
Download and complete the compost bin rebate application form.
Please allow 10 working days for processing. Maximum of one rebate allowed per household.
Order a Skip Bin
Walliston Transfer Station | Redhill Waste Facility
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.