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Tremain's Mill receives town's first commercial food waste wicking beds

Sam Bolt
By Sam Bolt
Updated June 7 2021 - 12:45pm, first published 9:30am
BUILT: [back] Tremain's Mill owners Glenda Deans and Stephen Birrell; [front] Sydney sustainability coach Michael Mobbs, builder Blair Stapley and councillor John Fry.

A project 18 months in the making has officially launched at Tremain's Mill, with two sustainable wicking beds set to revolutionise the management of food waste.

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Sam Bolt

Sam Bolt

Writer/Journalist at Western Advocate

"I'm not in the business of telling people what to do. I'm much more in the business of describing things, situations and stuff like that and leaving them out there, and you can make up your minds about them." -Nick Cave

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