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What to put in a kitchen caddy, order a free caddy, caddy liners and alternatives.
What is a kitchen caddy?
What can I put in my kitchen caddy?
You can put cooked and uncooked food in your kitchen caddy, including:
bread, cakes and pastries
solid fats, such as butter or lard
dairy products, such as yogurts
eggs (including shells)
fruit and vegetable peelings
meat, fish, and bones
teabags and coffee grounds
Can I request a kitchen caddy?
Not if you already have one as we only give you one per household. However, you can if you:
need one for a newly built house or flat
can’t find your caddy and it is missing
need a new one because yours is damaged
have moved in, and the previous owner has taken it.
Can I use bags or paper to line my kitchen caddy?
We offer free biodegradable caddy liners to all residents so you can line your kitchen caddy. If you have run out, you can temporarily use a sheet of newspaper or kitchen roll, until you have time to collect more caddy liners. You must not use anything else, such as plastic bags, as these cannot be composted and will contaminate your brown bin waste.
How do I get free caddy liners?
I don’t have a brown bin, can you still pick up my kitchen caddy waste?
If you live in:
a sack collection property, such as a terraced house with no access to the back garden, you can put your kitchen caddy waste in your brown paper bags
a flat, your kitchen caddy should be emptied into your communal brown bin. If the bin is missing or damaged, you can ask for a replacement communal brown bin
any other property, you must have a brown bin to put your full caddy liners in. Find out how to request a brown bin.