THE owners of an Ellesmere Port café known for "delicious homemade treats and unwavering commitment to sustainability" have confirmed its ongoing partnership with food waste collection company Keenan Recycling.

Grace Tea Room, owned and operated by the environmentally conscious duo of Lizzie and Cat, is believed to be the first Ellesmere Port business to achieve Plastic Free Champion status, a testament to their dedication to minimising their environmental footprint.

Lizzie, co-owner of Grace Tea Room, said: "Partnering with Keenan Recycling felt like a natural fit. Sustainability is incredibly important to us, and Keenan's innovative circular economy model for food waste recycling perfectly aligns with our goals."

Turning scraps into sustainable solutions While minimising food waste is a top priority at Grace Tea Room, tea bags, coffee grounds, eggshells, and bread crusts are a by-product of their thriving afternoon tea service.

Keenan Recycling's food waste collection services ensure these scraps are diverted from landfills and transformed into valuable resources.

Lizzie added: "Knowing that our waste is recycled and potentially even used to power businesses like ours is fantastic.

"It allows us to complete the circle and contribute to a greener future for our community."

Exceptional service makes all the difference Grace Tea Room highlights Keenan Recycling's exceptional customer service as another key benefit.

Lizzie said: "The team is always responsive and helpful. We've never had any issues, and any inquiries have been dealt with promptly."

Looking to follow Grace Tea Room's lead and join the fight against food waste? Contact Keenan Recycling today! Get a free quote -