Logan residents who purchase one compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system on or after 1 July 2021 may apply for a rebate of up to $50 (one item and one claim per residence only).
The Rebate Program cannot be claimed for a compost bin, aerator, or worm farm purchased before 1 July 2021.
The Rebate Program is strictly limited to the purchase of one compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system only. It cannot be claimed for the purchase of similar products including consumables like worms, carbon material, worm farm conditioner, Bokashi grains or compost accelerator.
The Rebate Program amount is capped at $50 per household. If a person spends an amount equal to or less than $50 on the purchase of a compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system, then they will receive a rebate amount to the exact value of the purchase amount. If the purchase amount of the compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system exceeds $50, the maximum rebate that a person can receive is $50.
Any additional costs or expenses incurred in connection with this Rebate Program, including for postage or delivery of goods are the responsibility of the person claiming the rebate.
Rebate Program commencement:
The Rebate program will be available for valid purchases from Wednesday 1 July 2021 and will remain open until Council notifies the cessation of the Rebate Program.
To be eligible for the Rebate Program, a person must:
be a resident of the City of Logan as identified by the residential address provided when completing the our online form
be an occupant at the residential address identified on the online form
be the age of eighteen (18) years or over or have the consent of a parent or guardian, and
not have previously received a rebate through this Rebate Program.
How to claim a Rebate:
To make a claim through the Rebate Program, a person must complete the following criteria strictly in any order:
purchase a compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system from any retailer or online platform, including from a second-hand distributor and retain the invoice or proof of purchase receipt.
The invoice or proof of purchase receipt must include the sellers name and ABN, date, the item purchased (showing the purchase of a compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system) and price paid. A receipt that does not show all of these details will not be considered sufficient. The proof of purchase receipt may be uploaded as a scanned image, photograph, or digital receipt attachment.
This Rebate Program is limited to one rebate per residential address. Any subsequent claims from the same residential address will be deemed ineligible.
Payment of Rebate:
Rebates that are successfully submitted will be paid by a digital debit card for up to $50. Please note that a smart phone will be needed to access the digital debit card.
No liability of Council
Council makes no representations or warranties as to the quality, suitability or merchantability of any compost bin, compost aerator, worm farm or Bokashi composting system purchased for or in connection with the Rebate Program. To the extent permitted by law, Council is not liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss) in connection with the Rebate Program. This condition is not intended to exclude any liability which cannot be excluded under Australian consumer protection laws.
By participating in the Rebate Program, the entrant acknowledges and agrees to their personal information by way of full name and residential address being collected and stored by Council for the purpose of the Rebate Program.
Changes to the Rebate Program:
Council reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time.