Compost Connect is a not-for-profit platform connecting foodservice businesses to commercial composters. By diverting your food waste from landfill, you can reduce the cost of general waste, create nutrient-rich compost, and show your commitment to environmental sustainability.
Find Your Local Composter
Compost Connect currently has 23 compost partners servicing 2,200+ suburbs across Australia and New Zealand.
Sign Up and Receive Your Bins
If your business is in the zone, you can request a quote from a compost partner and sign up to receive your bins.
Fill Your Bin for Regular Collection
Place your organic waste into your compost bin and start saving on waste collection and creating nutrient-rich compost!
At Compost Connect, we believe commercial food waste collection should be easy, while also integrating with your broader waste management systems and sustainability actions.
Through our composting partners, you can get a waste consultation (often it’s free) to holistically explore the most sustainable and cost-effective options for your waste disposal. Our partners are committed to continuously investigating the latest technology and solutions so they can find a waste management system that’s tailored to the unique needs of your business.
Get featured on our Compost Club map alongside other pioneering businesses. You’ll also get a Compost Club pack with signage, stickers and a compost bin.
By sending your organic waste to a composting facility, you can reduce business costs associated with sending waste to landfill.
Rather than being sent to landfill and emitting CO2, the organic waste you collect will be turned into a nutrient rich fertiliser to replenish soil and plants.
Show your commitment to sustainability and win the hearts of conscious consumers.
In one year, this is the positive impact of an average cafe:
of Waste Diverted from Landfill
of Compost Created
of Carbon Avoided and Sequestered
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