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Biodegradable Recyclable food waste bags just 79p for 20 in Home Bargains

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Biodegradable Recyclable food waste bags just 79p for a roll of 20 in Home Bargains, they are 5l bags and just about fit in recycle food waste bins, good price considering i didn't knoe they sold them…
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3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago
Biodegradable Recyclable food waste bags just 79p for a roll of 20 in Home Bargains, they are 5l bags and just about fit in recycle food waste bins, good price considering i didn't knoe they sold them, had them in Tredegar store cant find them online tho
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#1
free from the council. well Manchester council definitely give them out
#2
nazpaz1
free from the council. well Manchester council definitely give them out


Lucky you we got to pay for them in Wales not free from our council :(
#3
won't the food fall out when it degrades?
1 Like #4
How lucky are we in the UK. we even have food we can waste and then buy special bags to put it in. My conscience is now clear. Another option would be, and this could be controversial!
To cook less for meal times, serve smaller portions, buy less food. Give excess food to old, poor, homeless.
#5
luvsadealdealdeal
won't the food fall out when it degrades?


They biodegrade when the council takes it away :)
#6
informant2014
How lucky are we in the UK. we even have food we can waste and then buy special bags to put it in. My conscience is now clear. Another option would be, and this could be controversial!
To cook less for meal times, serve smaller portions, buy less food. Give excess food to old, poor, homeless.


Nice thinking i agree with you but you can also put your used Teabags in it too :D
1 Like #7
and eggshells and veg peelings etc.
#8
free from council in Belfast
#9
informant2014
How lucky are we in the UK. we even have food we can waste and then buy special bags to put it in. My conscience is now clear. Another option would be, and this could be controversial!
To cook less for meal times, serve smaller portions, buy less food. Give excess food to old, poor, homeless.


​You obviously only use frozen veg out of plastic bags filled in a factory - out of sight out of mind!
#10
martnbev
nazpaz1
free from the council. well Manchester council definitely give them out


Lucky you we got to pay for them in Wales not free from our council :(


​No you don't. I'm in Wales and I pick mine up from the council, for free.
#11
Free from Southend council but then we have always done things differently. We still have weekly collections.
#12
free from council in sunny hull
#13
I bought some of these from my local Savers store, unfortunately at £1 per roll, but found they were too small for the bin and didn't have a tie handle so, in my opinion, pretty much useless. Lidl do a pack of 15 for £1.49 which fit the bill beautifully and, as far as I am concerned, well worth the extra.
#14
tinca
informant2014
How lucky are we in the UK. we even have food we can waste and then buy special bags to put it in. My conscience is now clear. Another option would be, and this could be controversial!
To cook less for meal times, serve smaller portions, buy less food. Give excess food to old, poor, homeless.
​You obviously only use frozen veg out of plastic bags filled in a factory - out of sight out of mind!
Whereas You obviously have no concept of Waste, where or how I buy my food. I can state as fact that in the last 8 years I have reduced all waste produced within my household by 70%.
#15
Too small for our kitchen top caddies, need to be about twice the size
#16
Free from council in Hertfordshire 8)
#17
sorry but vote cold as can get them off the Council for nothing
#18
hvc123xo
martnbev
nazpaz1
free from the council. well Manchester council definitely give them out


Lucky you we got to pay for them in Wales not free from our council :(


​No you don't. I'm in Wales and I pick mine up from the council, for free.


Caerphilly Borough County Council ?
#19
informant2014
tinca
informant2014
How lucky are we in the UK. we even have food we can waste and then buy special bags to put it in. My conscience is now clear. Another option would be, and this could be controversial!
To cook less for meal times, serve smaller portions, buy less food. Give excess food to old, poor, homeless.
​You obviously only use frozen veg out of plastic bags filled in a factory - out of sight out of mind!
Whereas You obviously have no concept of Waste, where or how I buy my food. I can state as fact that in the last 8 years I have reduced all waste produced within my household by 70%.


​So she's left you and taken the kids. Probably because of your holier than thee attitude!
#20
These bags are RUBBISH. They are too small to fit properly in the caddie.
1 Like #21
tinca
informant2014
tinca
informant2014
How lucky are we in the UK. we even have food we can waste and then buy special bags to put it in. My conscience is now clear. Another option would be, and this could be controversial!
To cook less for meal times, serve smaller portions, buy less food. Give excess food to old, poor, homeless.
​You obviously only use frozen veg out of plastic bags filled in a factory - out of sight out of mind!
Whereas You obviously have no concept of Waste, where or how I buy my food. I can state as fact that in the last 8 years I have reduced all waste produced within my household by 70%.
​So she's left you and taken the kids. Probably because of your holier than thee attitude!
Ha quality! Nearly ten years on this site and that's all you got 4 deals and 1542 insults to all those around you get back to your bridge cave or wherever trolls live.
#22
martnbev
hvc123xo
martnbev
nazpaz1
free from the council. well Manchester council definitely give them out


Lucky you we got to pay for them in Wales not free from our council :(


​No you don't. I'm in Wales and I pick mine up from the council, for free.


Caerphilly Borough County Council ?


​Tofaen. As far as I'm aware, all councils should be offering them for free.
#23
Ours don't my wife and i complained by telephone also wrote emails to cbcc only to be told buy bags or wrap waste food in newspaper as we dont supply them at all oO

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