Local Business Champions

Local Business Champions


FOGO Advocates

The Penrith community has been FOGOing like legends ever since they adopted the 3-bin service. By supporting the community with correct sorting, everyone’s playing a part in diverting waste from landfill and reducing the negative impacts on the environment while providing resources to be reused again. FOGO waste is turned into compost which is used in the Penrith community.

The rural businesses below are doing their part by reminding us that the FOGO bin can handle more than just food organics and garden organics by adding a FOGO stamp to their cardboard takeaway boxes. With a simple stamp, they’re helping encourage their patrons to be a legend and FOGO. Did you know cardboard boxes can go in the green-lidded FOGO bin? This stamp will remind you that it can!

Cardboard boxes aren’t the only kind of packaging you can put in your FOGO bin. The list includes:

  • Cardboard burger boxes
  • Pizza boxes
  • Burger wrapping paper
  • Fish and chip paper
  • Paper bags, serviettes and tissues
  • Food leftovers

Support these FOGO advocates next time you get a bite to eat and look out for the FOGO stamp on the takeaway packaging at the following food outlets:

First Class Café:
1455 Elizabeth Drive, Kemps Creek

Fia’s on 7th
255 Seventh Avenue, Llandilo

Luddenham Village Café
3035 The Northern Road, Luddenham

Little Neros Pizza & Pasta
1 Fairlight Road, Mulgoa

Mulgoa Takeaway
11/1216 Mulgoa Road, Mulgoa

The Lamp Post
26 Stoney Creek Road, Shanes Park 

Parkview Pizza
355 Carrington Road, Londonderry

Get involved

Do you want to be a legendary FOGO business advocate? Contact Penrith City Council at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more about how you can be involved.

This project was supported by the Environmental Trust as part of the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.