Lots of Thanet residents are most upset by the new set of recycling bins that we are about to use. Mr TP, for example, is most resistant to this particular change even though he was among the first to get a mobile phone and Windows Vista. The second example could be enough to make anyone never want to upgrade anything ever again.
I am really pleased by the new bin system. I like to think that lots more stuff will be recycled in a useful way and waste food will go to some gigantic composting pit instead of being mixed with non-biodegradable land-fill-junk. I’m not sure how it will work out using those bins in practice. Will they smell or attract (more) foxes or rats? I was told they can go in the dishwasher.
Mr Tara Plumbing thinks he has the perfect alternative so we are about to have a matrimonial show-down as to whether we get a…
Waste Disposal Unit
All our scrap food could be washed away with our washing-up and bathroom ablution waste.
They cost between £100 to to £365 to buy plus installation cost – I’ve got a husband who can do that. They need power and in our house it would fit well in the utility room next to the kitchen.