About half of what the average Australian household throws out is compostable organic material. Once in landfill, this releases methane, a harmful greenhouse gas 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide. And it really adds up, emissions from landfill make up about 3 % of Australia’s total greenhouse gases, as much as the entire airline industry!
Not only that, food waste mixes with heavy metals in landfill, becoming an acidic toxic sludge which pollutes our precious groundwater.
Avoid all this just by composting your food waste at home!
Growing fresh food for your family is one of the most rewarding things you can do. By recycling your food scraps you create rich compost and fertiliser to help your garden – and your family – grow.
Whether you're a seasoned composter or just starting out, the Compost Revolution gives you the skills and support you need to eliminate food waste at home.
We want to reduce the amount of food waste that goes to landfill while encouraging Australians to grow their own food. We operate as a social venture, meaning our purpose drives all that we do.
By enabling households to be more self sufficient, we can improve our communities, increase food security and help people lead healthier, happier lives. Who doesn’t want that!?
We work with councils across Australia to offer all the best composting gear subsidised up to 80% off RRP. Even if your council is yet to get on board, you can get everything you need directly from us at up to 40% off RRP.
Beginner and pro composters alike, check out our free and fun online tutorials to brush up on your composting, worm farming and bokashi skills. Every bin or farm purchased through the program comes with a setup guide, follow-up emails and online support to ensure you have the best chance of success with your new gear.
We source the best available Australian-made products whenever possible, import only the very best alternatives and even make some of our own! We work hard to minimise our negative ecological impact while minimising the cost to you.
9,335 Tonnes diverted*
Across 31 Councils