As well as your chocolate eggs, are you relishing the prospect of a big Easter lunch? Many of us are. However, just like at Christmas, excessive consumption at Easter means a lot of food waste. Here’s how to reduce your food waste this Easter.
Whether you like your pancake toppings savoury or sweet, they can be an indulgent treat. However, did you know people traditionally made pancakes on Shrove Tuesday to use up indulgent ingredients before fasting for lent? We love the less waste message. Here’s how to reduce your waste this Pancake Day.
When it comes to wheelie bins, bigger isn’t always better. Here’s why 2022 should be the year you downsize your bin.
Is your smelly bin the bane of your life? Bins aren’t the most hygienic of things at the best of times, but having them smell like death is not inevitable. Here are the top 5 ways to keep your bin smelling fresh.
The weeks leading up to Halloween and bonfire night are the busiest for firefighters. With the dark nights comes a depressing increase in wheelie bin fires. Most of which are started deliberately. In this news roundup, there’s shocking attacks on fire crews in the northwest, as well as advice on how you can keep your wheelie bin secure.
The darker nights are on their way and this means lots of headlines about wheelie bins. Whether it’s arson or someone stealing your identity, it might make you think about bin security. A bin lock is one way you can keep your bin secure, but are they worth it?
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?