If your kitchen caddy is lost or broken, residents on the food and garden waste recycling service can pick one up for free from several convenient locations:
- Breadalbane Community Campus Library
- Auchterarder Library
- Auchterarder Recycling Centre
- Blairgowrie Area Housing Office
- Blairgowrie Library
- BaRI Food, 53 High Street Blairgowrie
- Strathearn Community Campus Library.
- Loch Leven Community Campus Library
- AK Bell Library, York Place
- North Inch Community Campus Library
- Letham4All at Letham Recreation Centre, Tweedsmuir Road, Perth PH1 2HJ
- Friarton Recycling Centre
- Inveralmond Recycling Centre
- Jeanfield Swifts Football Ground, Riverside Stadium, Bute Drive, Perth PH1 3BP: open 12noon - 2pm Monday to Friday, 28th June to 6th August 2021 inclusive.
- St Ninians Cathedral
- Tay Larder
- Perth Museum
- Wash House- Located inside Quince and Cook
- Pitlochry Area Housing Office
- Scone Library
Kitchen caddies can be lined with specially-purchased compostable liners, or with paper towel or newspaper. Alternatively, kitchen caddies can be used as they are and then rinsed out with a little warm water and detergent once the contents has been emptied into your brown bin. Store your kitchen caddy on a counter top or under the sink with the lid closed, this will seal in all odours.
Where can I purchase caddy liners?
Bio bags Scotland have created a special online offer for Perth and Kinross householders who are unable to purchase directly from Pullar House. Alternatively, many local stores, supermarkets and chain stores also sell similar products. Any purchased liners must carry the 'compostable' logo, and should have an 8 litre capacity to fit your small kitchen caddy.