Lismore City Council is getting its hands dirty in the hope of making money out of putrescent foodstuffs.
The idea is to turn household waste into organic compost that it can sell at a profit.
And the council is so keen on the plan that it’s spending more than half a million dollars on the project.
It has received $350,000 from the NSW government and will match the funds to upgrade and expand the existing organics processing facility at the Lismore Recycling & Recovery Centre.
Read more here: Lismore set to make money out of muck – Echonetdaily.