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Minimize trash with kitchen waste appliances

Whether you're remodeling your kitchen or looking for appliances to simplify your routines, kitchen waste appliances are convenient and beneficial. You can minimize your trips to the dumpster by compacting waste in a specially designed appliance. Sears has trash compactors that press your garbage down, allowing more room to fill the bag before you need to take it out. Many of these compactors can be built into your kitchen next to your fridge or another appliance.

Garbage disposals allow you to get rid of food remaining on dishes before you place them in the dishwasher. Use the disposal to grind up leftovers from meals so they don't clog your sink. You'll be able to eliminate excess food waste from your garbage bin and avoid having food waste sit in your trash can for multiple days.

If you pay a fee per trash can that you put out on garbage day, your weekly refuse can get expensive when you throw everything away as is. After recycling paper, cardboard, cans and appropriately labeled plastic bottles, there are additional ways to lower your waste costs. By utilizing kitchen waste appliances such as garbage disposals and trash compactors, you can minimize the number of garbage cans you put on the street each week. 

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