Organics Attitudes and Practices in the City of Mount Gambier

Consultation has concluded

The City of Mount Gambier is continually reviewing how it manages waste.

Waste collection and disposal – including general waste, recycling, and organics – is one of the most significant activities that Council undertakes – both in terms of resources and finances.

It is critical that Council has a good understanding of how residents use these services, and their attitudes towards waste related issues.

Currently, Council is wanting to get a better understanding of how Mount Gambier residents manage their organic material – food scraps and garden waste – and their attitudes towards organic waste management.

Mount Gambier residents who participate in this survey will assist this aim, and can go into the draw to win a free worm farm or compost bin valued at over $50.

Please note this survey is open to City of Mount Gambier residents only.


The City of Mount Gambier is continually reviewing how it manages waste.

Waste collection and disposal – including general waste, recycling, and organics – is one of the most significant activities that Council undertakes – both in terms of resources and finances.

It is critical that Council has a good understanding of how residents use these services, and their attitudes towards waste related issues.

Currently, Council is wanting to get a better understanding of how Mount Gambier residents manage their organic material – food scraps and garden waste – and their attitudes towards organic waste management.

Mount Gambier residents who participate in this survey will assist this aim, and can go into the draw to win a free worm farm or compost bin valued at over $50.

Please note this survey is open to City of Mount Gambier residents only.


Organics Attitudes and Practices Survey

Consultation has concluded