29 June and 6, 13 July 2024

Embark on an exciting journey into the world of vermicomposting where sustainability secrets will be uncovered!

This immersive workshop is perfect for gardening enthusiasts, who are eager to enhance their eco-friendly practices and sustainability to enrich their gardens with nutrient-rich compost. Whether you are new to gardening or a seasoned pro, this workshop is for you.

Understand the basics of "soil" and explore the fascinating realm of vermicomposting, where simple actions can profoundly impact our planet. Through engaging presentations and hands-on activities, you will learn the ins and outs of vermicomposting, from understanding the role of worms to assembling your own home vermicomposting kit!


10:00 AM to 11.30 AM

Venue: Hub & Spoke (Terminal 2)

changi airport vermicomposting workshop

The workshop includes:

  • Vermicomposting Kit
  • Complimentary Ice Lemon Tea


  • S$22 per adult 
  • S$10 for each accompanying child (includes one drink only)

This workshop is suitable for 6-years-old and above.


The World of Vermicomposting

Explore the broader implications of vermicomposting for sustainability and learn how worms play a vital role in the process. From reducing waste and greenhouse gas emissions to enriching soil health and conserving water, vermicomposting emerges as a powerful tool in the fight against environmental degradation. 

Assemble your Own Vermicomposting Kit

Discover the simplicity of assembling your own vermicomposting kit and mastering the art of crafting nutrient-rich compost for your garden while minimising food waste. All materials will be provided, so you can embark on the journey of sustainable gardening with ease. We will also give tips on maintaining the happiness and vitality of your worm community.

Get ready to cultivate lush, thriving gardens while championing eco-friendly practices!


Empowering Change: The Impact of Vermicomposting on Corporate Sustainability

Discover how vermicomposting is a powerful tool for a more sustainable future! Changi Airport is committed to eco-friendly practices, and vermicomposting is a key part of the initiative. Learn real-life examples of how we've integrated it into our daily operations. Get inspired by these practical steps and see how you can easily incorporate vermicomposting into your own life and contribute to a greener community!

Post-workshop Dining at Hub & Spoke Café

After the workshop, unwind and indulge in a delicious lunch at Hub & Spoke Café. Take a moment to relax and rejuvenate while enjoying a variety of delectable dishes crafted with care. Whether you crave a hearty meal or a light snack, our café offers something for everyone to savour!

Participants can enjoy a special discount at Hub & Spoke Café.

More about Hub & Spoke Café

Have enquiries? Please write in to ces.sales@changiairport.com.

1.  Is there a minimum age for the workshop, and can my 4-year-old child join? 

The workshop is recommended for children from 6 years old as the activities and content are tailored to suit the attention span of older children.

2.  Where is the programme held / registration venue?

Programme / registration is held at Hub & Spoke, Terminal 2.

3. Is there a maximum number of people I can register for?

Each person can register for a maximum of five (5) participants.

4. Can I take home the vermicomposting kit?

Yes! All participants will be able to bring home their self-assembled vermicomposting kit. This allows you to continue the composting process and enjoy the benefits of vermicomposting at home. 

5. Does the additional child ticket include a vermicomposting kit?

No, the additional child ticket includes a drink only. However, an additional vermicomposting kit can be purchased separately for S$8.

6. Can I buy additional vermicomposting kits?

Yes! You can purchase additional vermicomposting kits at the workshop for S$8 each.

  1. All children / youth participating in the programme must be accompanied and supervised by at least one paying adult (aged 21 years old and above).
  2. Participants must arrive at the relevant venue at the scheduled timings. CAG shall not be liable and shall not be required to compensate the participants in any manner if the participants do not arrive on time for the Programme and miss part(s) of the Programme.
  3. After the booking(s) and payment(s) for the relevant products are made, the Tickets will be sent to the email address provided by the Ticket Purchaser when purchasing the Tickets except for Tickets to access the Programme Venue(s) for the programme which will be given when Ticket Holders attend the programme. Once the Tickets have been issued, they are non-exchangeable and non-refundable and no changes can be made to the dates booked for the relevant programme.
  4. CAG reserves the right to modify or substitute any part of the programme (including the activities, dates and time), or cancel the programme, at any time without prior notice: a. If it is not commercially feasible for CAG to conduct the programme or any part of the programme due to government regulations relating to Covid-19 that are imposed by the Singapore government from time to time; and/or b. If the number of participants for any particular programme run does not hit the minimum participants number required.
  5. In the event of a programme cancellation, CAG may in its sole and absolute discretion, either refund to the Ticket Purchaser all monies paid for the Tickets for the programme or provide an alternative programme run date for the Ticket Holders.
  6. Participants agree that their participation in the programme is subject to the terms and conditions of the respective programme venues, and agree to comply with such relevant terms and conditions.