Kerbside Food Waste Collection Service
Food waste can be placed in your garden waste bin.
Our food waste collection service turns your household food waste into nourishing compost for Victorian farmers.
Simply place your food waste into your caddy, then empty the food waste contents into your garden waste bin.
If you have a Council garden waste bin, you are eligible to order your FREE benchtop kitchen caddy and liners.
Learn more about this service by visiting our FAQ Page.
How do I get started?
Order your FREE caddy and liners
One per household and only households with a garden waste bin are eligible.
You can collect your caddy and liners from any of the following locations:
Proof of residency will need to be shown on collection.
You can also register online to have your caddy and liners delivered free of charge to your home. Delivery will take up to ten business days.
Restock your caddy liners
- Available for pick up from Council’s customer service centres in Frankston, Seaford and Langwarrin.
- If you run out of liners you can put the food straight into the washable caddy or use newspaper or paper towel to line it - no plastic please.
- Each compostable liner roll provides six months’ supply and residents are advised to replace their kitchen caddy liners every two to three days.
- As the compostable liners are made from 100% plant based product, the liners have a limited shelf life. Storing them in a cool, dry place away from heat and direct sunlight will help preserve their condition.
How do I order a garden waste bin?
You can order a garden waste bin by calling Council on 1300 322 322 or learn more about bin information here
What you can and can’t put in your food and garden waste bin
Do not put plastic bags in your garden waste bin
It is most important to avoid plastic contamination as it could end up in the soil that grows our food.
|Fruit, citrus and vegetables
||Plastic (including any kind bio-degradable/degradable)
|Meat scraps and bones
||Glass or Metal
||Nappies or baby wipes
|Tea leaves and coffee grounds
|Food leftovers and scraps
||Cigarette butts or ashes
|Cakes and desserts
|Bread, pasta, cereal and rice
|Used paper towels, tissues and napkins
||Coffee Cups (including compostable)
|Grass clippings, weeds, tree clippings
||Cutlery (including compostable or bio-degradable)
||Cling Wrap, aluminium foil and baking paper