Compost Rebate for Redland City Council Composters

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Are you ready to dive into the world of sustainable gardening while slashing your contribution to landfills? Redland City Council's latest initiative is here to make composting easier and more affordable than ever with their brand new compost rebate program.

Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting to explore the world of composting, this program is designed to empower residents to convert food waste into valuable soil material while enjoying a range of benefits.

What's the Rebate For?

Redland City Council is committed to supporting its residents in embracing this eco-friendly practice by offering significant discounts on compost bins, worm farms, and bokashi bins purchased through Compost Revolution.

How Does It Work?

The process is simple: Redland City Council homeowners and renters are eligible for the subsidy, allowing them to save up to a whopping 80% off the RRP on select composting products. Each household is entitled to one kit and is subject to subsidy limits - so be quick!

To claim your rebate, head over to the Compost Revolution website, where the Council's subsidy has already been applied to a range of eligible products. Choose your preferred composting method—whether it's traditional composting, worm farming, or bokashi bins—and complete your order! 

Learn More

View the Compost Revolution resources to help you make the most of your composting experience. Dive into tutorials on garden composting, worm farming, or bokashi bins to hone your skills and maximise your impact. You can also complete the compost quiz to see what compost set up suits you best.

With Redland City Council's compost rebate program, there's never been a better time to embrace sustainable living and transform your kitchen scraps into amazing compost! 


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