It’s important not to put coffee grounds and other organic waste into landfills because when organic waste decomposes in a landfill, it produces methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. By diverting coffee grounds and composting them, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help slow down the warming of our planet. Additionally, composting coffee grounds creates nutrient-rich soil that can be used to grow more plants, completing the cycle of sustainability.

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How our coffee grounds collections work

Step 1

You sign up for coffee collections and receive one or more free 120l bins to collect your grounds into.

Step 2

We come to collect your grounds every two weeks or monthly depending on how busy you are. We swap your full bins for empties.

Step 3

No lock-in contracts, unsubscribe anytime.
You can upgrade and downgrade if your coffee waste amount changes.

What happens to coffee grounds after we collect them

Once we collect your coffee grounds, we take them to community gardens and other places such as Eureka Composting to be added to rich compost. If you’d like to become our end-user and are within the Perth metro, please get in touch.

Still have questions? Read our FAQs or send us a message!