Griffith University Food was awarded a Griffith Sustainability Award in
2014 for their Worm Habitat Grande’s which process the campuses
food waste. Situated in three locations, the Worm Habitats are causing
quite a stir and reducing waste-to-landfill. The awards recognise
innovative and effective sustainable practices at Griffith University.
Kyabram College purchased their Grande for the schools Agricultural
Centre. They process waste and produce ample juice for their
operations… learning heaps in the process!
Zoos and Animal Handlers
Australia Zoo has set up two Grandes on site – one to specifically deal
with tiger waste and one for the cheetahs! Keeping the Habitats close to
the enclosures makes it easy for the staff to process waste efficiently
Mount Alexander Council in Victoria, purchased one Grande for the
Town Hall. It was so successful they purchased an extra five for other
Conference Centres and Camps
Yarra Glen Conference Centre purchased their Grande in line with
their commitment to best sustainable practices.
Pubs and Clubs
Parklands Tavern have recently purchased a Grande to generate
castings from on-site waste in order to make juice to use throughout the
local community on the parks and gardens.