Composting your organic waste helps the planet and nourishes your garden. Order your subsidised compost bin and worm farm here.
- Subsidised compost bins and worm farms.
- Composting tips.
- Worm farming tips.
- More information and contacts.
The City provides subsidies compost bins and worm farms to City of Fremantle residents.
Costs and dimensions are as follows:
To order your compost bin and worm farm, complete the form below, and submit it with payment to the City.
When the application has been processed, the bin/worm farm will be delivered to the nominated address within the City of Fremantle.
There are many great reasons to add composted material to your garden soil, including:
- Loosens clay soils.
- Helps sandy soils retain water.
- Contains no petroleum-based compounds.
- Suppresses plant diseases and pests.
What can go in your compost bin
Perfect for compost bins
Avoid putting in compost bins
Where to position your compost bin
Your bin is best place on soil, in a sunny place in your garden. This helps the bin to absorb and trap heat, providing the energy needed to keep working through the night and on cooler days.
Creating a worm farm at home is one of the best things you can do for your garden. Both the solid and liquid products are used as soil improvers and fertilisers.
Where to position your worm farm
Position your worm farm in a shady place e.g. on your balcony, down the side of your house, in your garage, or even inside your home.
What can go in your worm farm
Perfect for worm farms
Avoid putting in your worm farm
How many worms to put in your worm farm
It is recommended that you start off with at least 1,000 worms.
Purchase your worms from a reliable source, such as a local worm farmer or reputable hardware store.
For more information or to make a request, please contact the City on 9432 9999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.