Most staff buildings will now have organic waste collection of food waste, tissues and paper towels (including where these are used in toilets) from June 2019.
The cleaning staff will collect these bins daily as part of the regular waste collection service.
The service accepts all the same things the residential organics system collects but if you have any questions feel free to contact CSU Green email@example.com or see the Halve Waste A-Z guide for a full list of what can go into the organics bins
Thanks to a CSU Green Grass Roots grant, keen sustainability champion and CSU Staff member, Therese Moon on Wagga campus has been supported by Department of Facilities Management (DFM) to install and trial worm hotels built from recycled wheelie bins. The instructions can be downloaded and shared if you want to learn how to build your own worm hotel. If you have a location on Wagga campus or interested in worm hotels on other campuses get in touch with CSU Green today!
Worm Hotel Instructions
Worm Hotel Troubleshooting Guide
Reduce greenhouse gases and landfill by turning your food waste into compost with CSU Organics. The green lid bins and kitchen caddies are located at Orange and Port Macquarie campuses. Take a look at the CSU Organics factsheet [pdf] for what you can place in the organics bin.
Sewerage from several buildings at Albury-Wodonga Campus is treated in dry, composting toilets. These toilets are designed to break down all solid and liquid wastes into a dry compost and they remove odours using a small fan. The solid compost is regularly buried and incorporated into the subsoil around the campus as an organic fertiliser.