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Garden organics

REMONDIS are experts in the collection, management and recycling of green waste and garden organics. Recycling your garden waste can be turned into compost, mulch and fertiliser – creating new life out of clippings, weeds and old plants.

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Why choose REMONDIS for your green waste recycling?

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Reduce costs

Removing recyclable items from your general waste bin reduces its weight, volume and cost – and your exposure to rising landfill levies

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Flexible scheduling

Choose a collection frequency according to your needs, whether it be on a regular schedule or on-demand

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Operate sustainably

Reduce your business’ impact on the environment by making your recyclable green waste available for resource recovery while minimising waste sent to landfill

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What do you need to know about green waste recycling?

When we refer to green waste or garden organics, we mean grass clippings, leaves, food scraps or organic material including bones, shells, leaves or grass without any packaging, plastic, or harsh chemicals (such as strong pesticides).

In households this type of waste is often referred to as green waste pr ‘garden organics’ and placed into the green garden bin. In businesses, green waste recycling services are most common in agriculture or landscaping businesses, schools, councils and aged care facilities.

Garden organics recycling services vary across states and territories, so it’s important to check the materials acceptable to your provider. For example, in some municipalities, food organics (or FOGO) are placed in green waste bins. Here’s a guide to what to place in conventional garden organics bins:


ACCEPTED in garden organics bins
  • Grass clippings
  • Small branches and twigs
  • Plant prunings
  • Weeds
  • Plants and flowers
NOT ACCEPTED in garden organics bins
  • Food scraps
  • Tree stumps
  • Soil
  • Rocks or building materials
  • Pots or gardening equipment
  • Compostable or biodegradable packaging or sanitary items
  • Animal droppings

Who uses our green waste recycling services?

Agriculture & Landscaping // Commercial Property & Facilities // Education // Health & Aged Care // Government & Municipal Services

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What happens to your waste?

After the garden organics are collected, we transport the material to a specialised Organics Resource Recovery Facility (ORRF).

The green waste is then shredded and any contaminants are removed. It’s then mixed into piles using a blend of food and garden waste to achieve optimal moisture levels.

At REMONDIS’ state-of-the-art ORRFs these piles are loaded into purpose-built tunnels to reduce odour and maintain optimal composting conditions. In as little as two weeks, these piles will break down into nutrient-rich material, which is then shredded again and sorted into compost (smaller particles) or mulch (larger particles) for use on parks, gardens, agriculture and sporting grounds.

Read more about our ORFFs at Lake Macquarie and Port Macquarie


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