Organics Processing Infrastructure NSW

Organics Processing Infrastructure provides organisations with funding for infrastructure and equipment that can process organic waste.


What do you get?

Between $25,000 and $3 million to cover up to 50% of a project's capital costs.

Who is this for?

Councils, waste companies and composting companies.


The Organics Processing Infrastructure stream provides funding to organisations for infrastructure and equipment that will reduce food and garden organics waste going to landfill.

Funding may be used for a range of built infrastructure and equipment that increases the capacity to process source separated food and garden organics that would otherwise be sent to landfill.

Examples of infrastructure include, but are not limited to:

  • new or enhanced major organics processing facilities
  • upgrades to composting facilities
  • sheds to enclose the receipt of material or early composting stages
  • engineered compost pads
  • shredders
  • trommel screens
  • windrow covers
  • aeration management equipment

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, you must:

  • be a business experienced in waste management or organics processing
  • have a proposed project that will be substantially completed by June 2021
  • not be involved in the transport of waste out of NSW for disposal in another state or territory

How do you apply?

Find out more about eligibility and how to apply at Organics Processing Infrastructure.

Funding for businesses experienced in waste management