How to get access to your food bin at home
It can be extremely confusing to know what bin systems are available for you, especially as each council in SA has some differences.
The good news is there are consistencies between councils and it can be really easy to get your bin system working properly.
Did you know that most councils offer a food bin caddy to collect food scraps?
Did you know they provide you with the correct compostable bags?
DID YOU KNOW THAT IT IS PART OF YOUR COUNCIL RATES?
So what can go in a kitchen caddy? Items suitable include:
Fruit and vegetable scraps
Dairy products (e.g. cheese, no plastic bags)
Egg shells, oyster shells
Meat and bones (raw or cooked)
Tea bags and coffee
Tissues and paper towels
We have helped you out and provided a list of Councils who can provide you with a food caddy for your home (click the links below to find out more):
City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters: https://www.npsp.sa.gov.au/our_services/waste_and_recycling/kitchen_organics_service
Mitcham Council (provide at very discounted rate): https://www.mitchamcouncil.sa.gov.au/services/kerbside-waste-and-recycling-collection/kitchen-caddies
City of Port Adelaide, Enfield (subsidised bin provided): https://www.cityofpae.sa.gov.au/live/waste-and-recycling/food-waste-recycling
City of Tea Tree Gully: https://www.teatreegully.sa.gov.au/Waste_and_recycling/Mini_Muncher_kitchen_caddy
Adelaide Hills Council: https://www.ahc.sa.gov.au/Resident/rubbish-recycling/kerbside-collections
Prevent your leftovers and food scraps becoming landfill waste by using the kitchen caddy system. We would love to hear from you on how you go with implementing this bin system!