Camden Community Gardens, occupying the southeast section of the Camden Town Farm, is an exceptional place for local community gardeners’ involvement. Garden beds all shaped in the pattern of a platypus viewed from above, the site is rich in history, and importance. With the position of site close to river system, it dose experience flooding, and the timber used struggles to survive over time. By using steel C and H section posts with REYNARD WOOD multi-purpose-planks, a replacement and improved compost bin system was deployed.
Budget allowance for the right new products, and some local support on design, integrated with the existing community labour support on hand.
Select best position for the composite bin system, knowing future flood scenarios, and clear the area. Align or local community support teams to help with physical deployment. Select the best material that is not only environmentally suitable but physically best long-lasting solution for the system.
Survival of 2022 floods, and system maintained all physical attributes and now the site is considering expending this design. Only water and dirt marks occurring from excessive flood waters, on the planks that do not mater, but considers colour planks certainly hide these stains v’s the non-painted ones.
Community Gardens compost bin solution with, with REYNARD WOOD multi-purpose-plank. Some planks painted and some not, demonstrating product reliability in material conditions for these solutions.
Previous system had rotted away, and a new deployment preferred to last much longer than the last.