Want to know how we can work together to reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfill taking up valuable space, generating carbon emissions and causing other environmental impacts that are expensive to manage?
We can come to you!
Why not invite one of our Sustainable Living Education Officers to come to you and present a free interactive workshop to your group? This experience will leave you with some practical tips, giveaways and further insight into our waste services in the Blue Mountains and enable us, as a community, to move towards a circular economy and transition to zero waste.
Key content for all workshops:
- We can come to you
- Workshops are all free
- 1 hour workshops
- Min 10 participants for a booking
- Interactive, including giveaways
- Adaptable to suit your particular group
- Currently there are 3 workshops available
The 3 workshops we have on offer this year are listed below:
Love food waste
Want to learn how you could save up to $1,000 per year by simply planning and making clever choices when buying food, and using leftovers?
Then this workshop is for you!
How to compost
Are you interested in learning how to compost? Not sure where or how to start? Then this workshop is for you! Learn how to compost and use food scraps the way nature intended, by returning valuable nutrients to the soil.
How to worm farm
Are you interested in learning how to worm Farm? Then this workshop is for you!
No space for a compost bin and not sure where or how to start? Then this workshop is for you! Worm farming is not only ideal for small spaces and small families, the worm soil and worm liquid produced by the worms are great for returning valuable nutrients to the soil.
All of these workshops are hosted by Blue Mountains City Council, for Blue Mountains residents only.
For more information about our workshops, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenbrook Rotary Markets
Ross Street, Glenbrook
Saturday 19 November, 2022
8am – 1pm