A pub in Norfolk has become one of the first to introduce a new type of food digester which breaks down left over meals and turns them into water.
The Fur and Feather at Woodbastwick in the Norfolk Broads processes 300 kilos of food waste every week.
The new technology breaks down the waste using enzymes before the water is piped into the drainage system.
Pub landlord Tim Ridley says the digester will mean less waste goes into landfill - and has financial benefits too. Watch the video below...