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Really Rubbish Ideas

Updated on March 22, 2013

Rubbish Ideas - good ideas for dealing with trash

This lens is inspired by the wonderful 'Book of Rubbish Ideas' - a no nonsense, friendly and entertaining read on reducing your waste.

With a few simple changes to your lifestyle you can save money, reduce your impact on the environment and live a more fulfilling life. You might even have more fun!

Buy The Book of Rubbish Ideas on Kindle

The Book Of Rubbish Ideas
The Book Of Rubbish Ideas

Start reducing your waste, room by room. No more heavy bins or smelly garbage!

The Book of Rubbish Ideas is out of print, but you can buy a second hand copy from Amazon UK. And it's now available in clutter-free Kindle ebook form from!


Tracey Smith reads from the Book of Rubbish Ideas

Rubbish Flatbreads - Tracey's wonderful way to use up leftovers

Listen to Tracey Online

Slow Down and Green Up with Tracey Smith

Every Wednesday, 10:00 - 13:00 on Apple AM (Taunton Hospital Radio).

Fantastic music, great guests and lots of banter and top green tips from Britain's leading expert on downshifting and sustainable living, Tracey Smith!

If you can't tune in on the radio, you can listen online.

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      oiloflife 5 years ago

      Terrific lens! Thanks for all of the other lens references and online resources.

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      gamesngames 7 years ago

      Good lens

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Emma - you are amazing doing all this stuff on TBORI!!!! I cannot thank you enough!

      I only wish I wasn't so technothick and was able to do something useful with this to help!!! LOLOL...

      Thank you for helping to spread the word about simple, green living,

      Many thanks,

      Respectfully yours,

      Tracey Smith


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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Those rubbish flatbreads look scrummy!