Paint, plant or pack them: how to use plastic takeaway containers outside the kitchen
From organising desk drawers to transporting beauty products, the leftover containers can be reused all around the home
When restaurant dining rooms closed during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, takeaway took off. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polypropylene (PP) plastics used in food and drink containers are recyclable, but we know that reducing and reusing is a far better policy. Most plastics can be recycled only once or twice to make a new product before they eventually end up in landfill.
Maybe you kept a few to store food, but here are some ways to reuse disposable containers outside the kitchen.