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Set of 3 Recycle Bags - £4.99 Delivered @ CDiscount

£4.99 @ CDiscount entertainment
These colour coded durable recycling bags are the perfect solution for sorting, storing and then bringing your recyclables to the depot, with handles for easy carrying. The bags can also be attached t… Read More
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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
These colour coded durable recycling bags are the perfect solution for sorting, storing and then bringing your recyclables to the depot, with handles for easy carrying. The bags can also be attached to one another creating a stand alone set in your kitchen.

Strong enough to hold paper, plastic and glass and are washable and therefore can be reused for many years! Don't forget to recycle the packaging too!

Product Features:
Made from polyethylene tarp material
Colour coded
Helps you keep track of all your recyclables
Washable and reusable
Bags can be attached to each other
Approximate Capacity: 34ltr


Pack Contains:
1 x Green 'GLASS' bag
1 x Yellow 'PLASTIC' bag
1 x Blue 'PAPER' bag

Dimensions:
Each Bag: H 580mm W 320mm D 310mm
Set: H 580mm W 1000mm D 310mm
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#1
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banned 1 Like #2
got mine for 99p in Lidl

probs nowhere near as good though
#3
I think that these things should be provided by local council for Free!
#4
I got something similar in Tescos last week for about £1.70...that wasn't an offer, thats actual price, so cold from me
#5
Pointless for us, Glass, Paper and Plastic all go in the same wheelie recycling bin , our council is pretty good in that respect :)

To be even more enviromentially friendlly shouldnt you use old cardboard boxes :oops:
#6
deanos

To be even more enviromentially friendlly shouldnt you use old cardboard boxes :oops:


Yeah, cos they last ages out in the wet :p
#7
Why would you put them outside :oops:
#8
deanos
Why would you put them outside :oops:


Nowhere else to put 'em mate
#9
JayBird
I got something similar in Tescos last week for about £1.70...that wasn't an offer, thats actual price, so cold from me

We have those from Tesco, they are rubbish compared to these - they are not as sturdy, have smaller capacity and also don't attach together. These have a rrp of £10.00 compared to Tesco's £1.70 so hardly comparable.
#10
No offence whizzkid, you post very good deals, however the thought of producing something unneccesary in order to recycle seems a little pointless. If you're trying to recycle everything then there are much better ways of doing the same thing as these do.

Also think of the carbon emmissions made when delivering this product to your door.

It's a bit like the greetings card they did on The Apprentice, save the world by recycling, by giving a pointless wasteful card!
#11
Benjimoron
No offence whizzkid, you post very good deals, however the thought of producing something unneccesary in order to recycle seems a little pointless. If you're trying to recycle everything then there are much better ways of doing the same thing as these do.
I don't doubt for one moment there are, however these are still very popular and widely used, so it's still an alternative for some people
1 Like #12
whizzkid
so it's still a good alternative for some people


I would argue that mate, it may be a product that people are buying however that doesn't mean it's "good". The product is supposed to be good for the environment, there are far better ways of doing the same job without needing to produce more plastic bags!

I guess there are some people who can't think to recycle without having a bright coloured bag to put it in. The people probably also don't realise that they've just wasted more resources in getting 3 bags produced and delivered to their door.
#13
Right Y'all....I have something similar to these and I recycle all the time now and they are great. 'Nough said! £5 is about the right price for these...unless you try the Tesco ones. Heat n Respect!
#14
Benjimoron
I would argue that mate, it may be a product that people are buying however that doesn't mean it's "good". The product is supposed to be good for the environment, there are far better ways of doing the same job without needing to produce more plastic bags!

I guess there are some people who can't think to recycle without having a bright coloured bag to put it in. The people probably also don't realise that they've just wasted more resources in getting 3 bags produced and delivered to their door.


Have to agree mate - getting these things delivered, packaging etc for the purpose of recycling does seem a bit like twisted logic! We use an old cardboard box to collect all ours in and then dish it all out amongst the 2 larger external wheelie bins we have for plastic/cardboard and Glass. :thumbsup:

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