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Mosman Park Extraordinary Election is on 15 March

Voting packages will arrive mid-Feb. Get to know the candidates here

FOGO in Mosman Park

All your FOGO questions answered here

The next Sunset Eats is on Sunday 17 March

A massive line-up of food trucks, live music and family fun as the sun sets. Head along to Mann Oval from 4.30-8.30pm!

Good to FOGO

Mosman Park has moved to a three-bin FOGO system.  

What is FOGO?

FOGO stands for Food Organics Garden Organics.

Residents are able to place their food waste into their existing lime-green lidded bin, which has now become their FOGO bin. The FOGO bin will reduce the amount of waste the Town sends to landfill.

The contents from the FOGO bin will be turned into high-quality compost. This will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and have a positive impact on our environment.

Under the State Government’s Waste Strategy, all metropolitan councils will need to introduce the new three-bin FOGO system by 2025.

When did FOGO start?

Kitchen caddies containing compostable caddy liners, a Waste and Recycling Guide, and how-to-guide were be delivered from the week starting 31 July.
FOGO bin collections commenced 14 August 2023.

FAQs

2023/24 FOGO Waste Guide

Recycle Right: A-Z Guide

How does FOGO work?

How to use your Kitchen Caddy

This project is supported by the Government of Western Australia and the Waste Authority.