Extra scenes from Too Good to Waste.
Once Des and Stephen have cleared out the attic, they’re all set to clean up at the car boot sale. See how they get on selling their junk for others to reuse. One person’s trash is often another person’s treasure.
ScottishPower energy expert Claire Doherty uses an energy monitor to highlight where you can make savings around the home. Claire also shares some of her top tips to help you make your home as energy efficient as possible.
Carpenter Graham McCorkell has draught busting nailed. Check out the nooks and crannies where heat is usually lost at home. Then see how you can keep the heat in with some simple fixes. They won't cost you much, but the savings will soon add up.
Electrical and electronic items that can no longer be reused or reconditioned should be recycled. This prevents potentially toxic materials going to landfill and lets us recapture valuable resources. Some stores will recycle your old goods when you buy new. Or you can take waste items to your local designated collection facility (DCF).
The boys take a trip to Viridor in Perth, where they find out exactly what happens to all those unloved gadgets and domestic appliances. (Source: STV)
Shereen and Julie put their shopping skills to the test after being given £50 each to find an in-season outfit from Scotland's charity shops.
Shereen and Julie put their sewing skills to the test under the care of the upcycling experts. Some printed cloth, a pair of old trousers, a top and a couple of frocks that have seen better days are soon transformed into some very wearable looks by our talented twosome.
Domestic guru Aggie MacKenzie shows our celebs how to cut back on food waste by planning ahead and storing food properly. Buying little and often, sticking to a shopping list, using up older items first and freezing food about to reach its 'Use by' date all help to reduce waste and save money.
Shereen and Julie are given a fascinating insight into how much electricity can be generated from food waste. They learn that leftover food from the back of your fridge and cupboards can power several houses for over a year!
Interior organiser Kirsten Nielsen looks at how best to de-clutter the home. There are hints on how to repurpose and reuse items to give them a second life.
Natasha Burns uses a driving simulator to show Fred and Kaye how to drive in the most fuel-efficient way. They each test drive an electric car. But will they be equally bowled over?
Kaye and Fred find out where heat is escaping from their homes. An infrared camera reveals which areas are snug and cosy and which are losing heat fast.
Garden Share is a community project that matches garden owners short on time with green-fingered folk in need of an outdoor space to nurture.
Eco-queen Penney Poyzer shares some quick tips and hints for saving energy and adds up the financial savings of greener living.
Rosemary Shrager shows Liz and Chick how being better organised and planning meals can save money, time and help the environment. Liz dishes up five family meals for £70. Chick learns how to cook with healthy, fresh ingredients and reduce food waste.
Liz and Chick find out how to keep the heat in without turning up the thermostat. Energy experts advise on loft, wall and pipe insulation, boiler efficiency, and managing hot water and heating.
Richard Andrews pumps tyres and oils chains to get the kids' bikes back on the road again. Liz can save time and fuel by cutting down on car journeys, and the kids will feel fitter for cycling to school.
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