Raw cabbage leaves should not be put into the garbage disposal as it will badly plug up the disposal. Other items that should not put into the garbage disposal include banana peels, onion skins and celery.
You can put them a garbage disposal, with the exceptions of banana peels and celery, or if you live in a rural area, you can leave them in a proper area for chickens or birds. Or, you can simply throw them in the trash.
Throw them in the garbage as simple as that!
They get stuck and clog the pipes.
you can put it in your garbage,banana peels and other fruit peels you can put them in a composter.
yes but make sure to cut them up
RE-Use RE-Duce RE-Cycle Recycle Fruit and Vegetable peels.
IN THE GARBAGE CAN NEXT TO THE BANANA PEELS AND ROTTEN EGGS
You can, but the two ends don't always grind up very well. And stringey things like banana peels and celery will tend to cause it to seize up. I would recommend using them in your garden for compost. They are supposed to be really good for tomato and rose plants. It has been not recommended, but I myself have cut 'em up and experimented with it, and it seems to work just find. I do know that egg shells and ice, either by themselves or together, sharpen the blades of a garbage disposal quite well, and it helps to do it daily depending on how much you use the garbage disposal.
watermelon rinds, orange peels, carrot shavings, tea leaves, apple cores, banana peels and vegetables.
To deodorize a garbage disposal you can either put some baking soda in the drain and let it sit for a while or my favorite is to run lemon peels through the disposal after you do the dishes every night. You can use orange peels, too. Just make sure the pieces are small enough to run through without clogging it.
you could make slippers out of banana peels.