Doggie Dunnies – addressing contamination

In early 2020, a dog park in South Australia trialed a Doggie Dunnie waste bin for 12 weeks. The Doggie Dunnie is a dog waste bin designed and made in Western Australia for the clean separation of compostable dog waste bags. The maze design of the lid which includes a rubbish limiter, makes it difficult to put general rubbish into the bin. The Doggie Dunnie was also trialled at a local family beach for 14 days in June 2020. The trial showed some good results with minimal contamination.

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