You don’t need to go bananas in order to reduce waste and eat healthily, we are on hand with some more small changes that will make a difference in your kitchen.
Recycle your banana peel
1/2 a recycled banana peel could generate enough electricity to fully charge an iPod/iPhone/smartphone.
Keep your caddy clean
Add newspaper or kitchen roll to the bottom of the caddy to keep it clean.
Recycle your teabags
Recycling just 6 teabags creates enough energy to boil the kettle to make another cuppa.
The power of teabags
35 recycled teabags would power a TV for an hour.
Freeze your eggs!
Did you know you can freeze eggs? Simply crack them into a bowl and either separate or whisk together.
Food waste sent to landfills
Food waste that is sent to landfill doesn’t harmlessly breakdown. It has a big impact on the environment as it rots and releases harmful greenhouse gases.
Use a container as a caddy in your kitchen
Any container can act as a caddy in your kitchen, so long as you place it in the correct council container outside your property.
Did you know…
Did you know you can recycle, bones, eggshells, teabags and coffee grounds?
What do with opened bag of lettuce?
Once opened, lettuce can be kept fresher and crunchier for longer by placing in a tub with kitchen roll.
Why you should use canned fruit in your cooking
Try canned fruit and veg in your cooking - packed with vitamins and last longer.
Perk up celery by putting it in a cool glass of water in the fridge.
Recycle your food into compost
Recycling your FOOD waste creates compost that can be used in local community parks and gardens. It can also be sold to local farmers.