Composting is easy and worth the effort!

Did you know, by composting organic material produced at home, at work and at school you can divert up to 40% of your waste stream and contribute to reducing greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere? What’s more, the finished compost is a valuable resource that can improve soil ecology by returning nutrients to the earth.

When you learn about the simple steps to ensure a successful bin, composting is both practical and possible for everyone!

Are you looking for details on Compost Winnipeg, Green Action Centre’s social enterprise? Visit their website for more details!

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Get Started:

Become A Master Composter Volunteer

Our Master Composter Volunteer Program will give you the confidence to become effective compost ambassador.

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ON SITE Multi-Family Composting

Apartment buildings, condos, and multi-unit dwellings can apply to participate in this unique project.

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Composting Basics and Getting Started

Everything you need to get composting in your backyard!

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Vermicompost!

Feeling stuck indoors? Don't have an outdoor space that's compost-friendly? Want to sneak around the "no-pets" rule in your apartment or condo? Try composting with worms! It's cheap to get started and easier to maintain than you might think.

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Composting Presentations

Do you want to learn how to backyard or vermicompost? Come to one of our public composting presentations!

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School Composting Presentations

Learn more about our presentations to help your school reduce waste, and help our environment at the same time

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Related Events

March 12, 2019 12:00 am
Compost Matters Forum for Manitoba

November 7, 2018 12:00 am
Manitoba Association of Regional Recyclers Forum

October 16, 2018 7:00 pm
Basic Backyard Composting

Contact Information

Sylvie Hébert and Teresa Looy
Program Coordinators
(204) 925-3777
compost@greenactioncentre.ca

Thanks to Our Funders

Green Action Centre would like to thank the Province of Manitoba's Sustainable Development department, the City of Winnipeg's Water and Waste department, Health Canada and the Winnipeg Foundation.