If you’re wondering about the best way to clean a wheelie bin, it probably depends on which camp you fall into. Are you eco-conscious and prefer to use natural products in and around the home? Or do you prefer to blast germs with standard cleaners? Either way, you can get your wheelie bin sparkling clean and odour-free.
From nappies to food waste, our bins bear the brunt of it all. Hands up who’s walked into the kitchen on a warm day and been met by a not so pleasant odour? So how do you stop your bins from smelling? Is bin freshener worth it or is there a better way?
You might not pay too much attention to your humble wheelie bin. It does its job, day in, day out. Until one day, it’s not there. It gets put back in the wrong place by the council and someone else claims it. It gets stolen by vandals or someone who wants to sell it on. Either way, it’s an inconvenience. So what do you do about a lost bin?
You might think it doesn’t matter what size your kitchen bin is, as long as it does its job, right? But what if you have a new addition to the family, the council has reduced the frequency of your bin collections, or you’ve had a party and now you’re finding you’re having to trudge out in the cold to put out the rubbish far more often than you would like?
Whether you’re a public or private sector organisation, the chances are you’ll generate a lot of waste in the course of your day to day operations. You might think that it’s an unavoidable consequence of doing business, but it’s one that will also eat into your profits...
If you’ve sweltered in the heat in the last few days, you might have treated yourself and the kids to an ice lolly, and while they’re certainly a delicious treat, they often come with a plastic wrapper that can’t be recycled, and that just ends up in the bin or as litter, especially if you’re out and about.