Andrew has lived in Melbourne for 8 years and is passionate about sustainable inner city living. Having been involved in various environmental groups for over 20 years he has a keen interest in food security, waste reduction and the circular economy.
Andrew is currently involved in restoring an inner city public garden in South Melbourne with a focus on sustainability and loves to keep count of the number of kilos of organic waste that has been saved from landfill.
September 27th, 2018 | 31 mins 52 secs
bokashi, climate change, compost, foundry park, sharewaste, sustainability, worm farming
Hear the story of the creation of ShareWaste, the easy way to use your kitchen scraps to create soil, avoid landfill, and stop greenhouse gas. The founders share their motivations, their thinking, and their views on climate change, and hear from a ShareWaste user that's helped dozens of others find a new, better home for their kitchen waste.