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Jun
20
2018

Bin Trim Grant now enables Soilfood™ Systems for your Business

Aaron Moynes

Eco Guardians are pleased to announce that they have been named as one of the grantees for round 3 of the NSW Bin Trim Program.

The Bin Trim Program is the largest business recycling program of its type in Australia and has so far engaged with over 22,000 small to medium enterprises. To date, the Bin Trim program has assisted Australian businesses to divert over 70,000 tonnes of food waste from landfill, and Eco Guardians are proud to be able to help your business get approved and improve its environmental scorecard!

What this means is that Eco Guardians are now approved to conduct free waste assessments for businesses within the Greater Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter region. If your business is successfully audited to meet the grant specifics, it will then be approved to receive a Bin Trim grant of up to $50,000 towards implementing a SoilFood™ System to process the food waste, improve recycling and save money.

The Soilfood™ System enables your business to process food waste on site and repurpose it through simple dehydration into SoilFood™ - an organic fertiliser approved for land application in NSW. Eco Guardians will then work with your business to ensure that the organic SoilFood™ is deployed sustainably.

Our team of specialised waste experts are keen to contact you to arrange a suitable time to conduct an audit. They will log the business details onto the NSW EPA portal and then calculate how we can save you money in diverting your existing waste from landfill through use of our Soilfood™ System.

If you would like to receive a free waste audit from Eco Guardians to asses your business for the SoilFood™ Bin Trim Grant, or simply want to learn more about the Soilfood™ System, please contact us here.

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