Transcript for kerbside food scraps service video
[video: Close-up of a man peeling potatoes on a plate. The plate is placed on a white kitchen top and is filled with fruit and vegetable peelings. Video cuts to the full view of the man.]
Voice: Using your new collection service is simple. All you need is food scraps.
[video: Close-up of the man picking up an empty ice cream container and placing it next to the plate of fruit and vegetable peelings. He then opens the lid of the ice cream container and places it on the kitchen top.]
Voice: Keep a caddy in your kitchen to collect your food scraps easy.
[video: Close-up of the man picking and placing fruit and vegetable peelings into the container.]
Voice: You can keep it on the bench or out of site under the sink.
[video: Close-up of the man continuing to place fruit and vegetable peelings into the ice-container. Cuts to the full view of the man lining the container with newspaper.]
Voice: Just reuse a container like this one. If you want to line your caddy use newspaper.
[video: Animation image of a caddy with fruit and vegetable leftover being emptied in slow motion into a teal-coloured food scraps bin. The animation image also contains the following text: What can and can't go in your bin? Video cuts to the full view of the man.]
Voice: Basically, any food waste can go into your kerbside bin.
[video: Animation image of items which can go in your food waste bin.
Voice: Things like veggie and fruit scraps, meal leftovers, meat scraps, bones, fish, pasta and bread, coffee grounds, tea bags, cut flowers and paper towels
[video: Animation image of items which can't go in your food waste bin.]
Voice: Don't put nappies or your pet waste into your kerbside collection. These should go into your rubbish bin. You also shouldn't put in garden waste.
[video: Close-up view of a person in yellow sweater dropping garden waste into a compost bin.]
Voice: This can be composted in a home composting system.
[video: Cuts back to the animation image of items which can't go in your food waste bin.]
Voice: It's really important not to add any packaging into your caddy or kerbside bin.
[video: Full view of the man speaking to the camera.]
Voice: Even if it says it's compostable.
[video: Animation images of caddy with food scraps and a food scraps bin. The image contains the following text in bold red colour: Using your kerbside collection bin. Video cuts to the man who is now sitting with his arms resting on his knees. He then slightly bends and picks up a kerbside bin for food scraps placed between his feet. Video cuts to the close-up view of the bin which is held up by the man.]
Voice: Once your caddy is full you can add it to the kerbside bin that we have provided.
[video: Close up view of the man lining the kerbside bin with newspaper. Video cuts to the man dropping food scraps from a caddy into the bin. Video cuts to show the man placing cut flowers in the kerbside bin. The man then closes the lid of the bin.]
Voice: If you want to line your kerbside bin to make things easier when the scraps are collected, we recommend a layer of newspaper, paper towels or even things like cut flowers.
[video: View of the man speaking to the camera.]
Voice: It's your responsibility to keep your bin clean.
[video: View of the man hosing the insides of the kerbside bin. Cuts to the close-up view of the kerbside bin being rinsed with water. Cuts to the view of the man emptying the water from the bin.
Voice: To prevent smells from building up you may want to rinse your bin with a hose and slosh some water around inside from time to time.
[Video: Video ends with Auckland Council logo being displayed.]