Filed under: Collecting | Tags: compost, free, hackney, hackney marshes, homerton, marshes, recycled food, wood chip
Okay, East London Community Recycling Partnership are gods – officially.
A few weeks back I helped Stepping Stones Farm in Stepney pick up a few tonnes of free compost from a depot on the south edge of hackney marshes – they have wood chip too, a LOT of woodchip… and a LOT of compost… did I mention that yet? LOADS OF IT.
The picture above gives you an idea of a small part of the depot which is officially open during the day on week days… but you could easily pop in at other times as much of it is not really fenced off.
Address is Hackney Parks Depot, E5 9PF- you can see it on via the map below – it is just at the top of the car park
A few days after I went and picked up the compost they called me up and asked me if I could take a few tonnes more… seriously get your arse down there and get growing!
There website mentions nothing about this – go figure – http://www.elcrp-recycling.com/
If you also need leaf mould try here – https://hackneypermaculture.org.uk/2008/09/22/free-compost-from-hackney-downs-park/
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