Video diaries from Too Good to Waste.
The River City actor speaks about how he’s been getting on, following challenges to lead a less wasteful life in the show Too Good To Waste.
The comedian reveals how he got on when Scottish Power paid him a visit to measure his energy consumption – and the results weren’t good. (Source: STV)
The comedian is used to jumping in the car for the shortest of journeys – but can a go on a fuel efficiency simulator open his eyes to his wasteful ways? (Source: STV)
The comedian reveals all about his visit to an electrical recycling plant – and realises that it’s not just a ‘skip for washing machines’… (Source: STV)
Comic Des talks about how he got on when he decided to sell some of the stuff that was cluttering up his loft at a local car boot sale. (Source: STV)
The comedian reveals exactly how he’s getting on trying to save the pennies by cutting down his electricity consumption. (Source: STV)
The comedian discovers just how much electricity he’s burning up in an average year – and the result is pretty scary. (Source: STV)
The comedian has been charting his progress as he tries to live a less wasteful life for the show Too Good To Waste. (Source: STV)
Watch Shereen’s video diary for more tips on reducing waste and to see how she gets on when left to her own devices.
Going greener can happen at any time of day. So we asked Julie to keep a video diary of what she gets up to when our team’s not filming her.
Check out Fred’s video diary for more handy hints on how to get the household going greener together.
Despite being reluctant to get his hands dirty in the garden, Chick soon develops green fingers. He’s back in love with his bike again too. Watch his video diary.
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