Welcome to The Little Book of Rubbish Ideas blog!
This blog is a companion to the The Book of Rubbish Ideas, which you can now purchase online for a 35% discount.
On this blog you’ll also find further reading, more great tips and a few short films. Check out the categories panel in the right hand column for an index of the topics currently covered. Subscribe to the RSS feed in the top right-hand corner of this blog to make sure you don’t miss any updates.
The Book of Rubbish Ideas is written by Tracey Smith, the founder of National Downshifting week, and published by Alastair Sawday Publishing as part of their ongoing Fragile Earth series. Alastair Sawday Publishing were awarded Best Environmental Publisher in the 2008 Independent Publishing Awards.
Every householder should have a copy of this easy reference guide to reducing household waste and stopping wasteful behaviour. The book is a top down guided tour through the average family home, from bedroom and bathroom through to the kitchen and out into the garden. Although the percentage we recycle is increasing we still need to dramatically reduce the amount of waste we produce whether that be waste from the kitchen or bathroom or garden shed. Full of practical tips and quirky ideas – from insulating your loft to jazzing up your old clothes; growing your own food to keeping chickens.
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For more information about the book please take a look at the book info page and for more information about Tracey please check out the author info page. For more information about Alastair Sawday Publishing please have a look at this post.