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Addis Eco 100% Recycled Plastic Everyday Kitchen Food Waste Compost Caddy Bin, 4.5L - Light Grey £4.50 (Prime) £8.99 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Addis Eco 100% Recycled Plastic Everyday Kitchen Food Waste Compost Caddy Bin, 4.5L - Light Grey £4.50 (Prime) £8.99 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 19th Feb

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Made from 100% sustainably sourced recycled plastic this stylist Addis kitchen food compost caddy bin will be the perfect addition to any household, while helping reduce the use of new plastic production; Made in the UK, using old sustainably recycled CD cases, still maintains the same hard wearing quality finish, coming with the same Addis 10 year guarantee as standard plastic products; Ideal 4.5 litre capacity for regular house use, before disposal into larger kerb side collection or garden bins. The clip lock lid has a wide stay open, allowing for easy load waste disposal, whilst keeping waste out of sight and odour free when closed. Finished in a light grey colour, easy to wipe clean and dishwasher safe ; Dimensions w25 x d18 x h19cm (10" x 7" x 7.5 inches); Fits Addis 100% compostable starch-based renewable bin liners or other similar sized bags. Addis part of the home since 1780 based in the UK, we have a proud plus 239 year old history of design, manufacture and supply of housewares. The Addis brand still stands today, as it has for previous generations, for value, quality and innovation.

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- Made from 100% Recycled household plastics
- Ideal 4.5 litre capacity for everyday kitchen use
- Made in the UK, using sustainably sourced old CD cases helping reduce the use of new virgin plastic material production
- Hard wearing quality finish, Easy to wipe clean
- Dimensions w25 x d18 x h19cm (10" x 7" x 7.5 inches)
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Try your local Council ours gives them out free
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Try your local Council ours gives them out free
Thanks Ordered much better colour than green council ones
Edited by: "Dylan_Smith135" 19th Feb
mcaulayr19/02/2020 21:13

Try your local Council ours gives them out free


I was literally going to say this...... I'm actually confused...... I thought everyone got these free.

Its the bags i thought sometimes must be bought depending on the council
shadey19119/02/2020 22:21

I was literally going to say this...... I'm actually confused...... I …I was literally going to say this...... I'm actually confused...... I thought everyone got these free.Its the bags i thought sometimes must be bought depending on the council


My council do not give these out
Dylan_Smith13519/02/2020 22:24

My council do not give these out


So you bought the council ones? How much are they just out of curiosity?
shadey19119/02/2020 22:25

So you bought the council ones? How much are they just out of curiosity?


They cost £6 delivered but I don’t buy them

A: it is an eyesore in the kitchen
B: the lids are flimsy
Edited by: "Dylan_Smith135" 19th Feb
Dylan_Smith13519/02/2020 22:36

They cost £9.99 delivered but I don’t buy themA: it is an eyesore in the ki …They cost £9.99 delivered but I don’t buy themA: it is an eyesore in the kitchen B: the lids are flimsyC: expensive for what it is


Oh no that's such a liberty - 10.00! Sorry to hear but Yh i agree the council ones are rubbish especially if you have to pay for it.

Thanks for the information anyway and hopefully the bins from this deal meets your needs😁
shadey19119/02/2020 22:39

Oh no that's such a liberty - 10.00! Sorry to hear but Yh i agree the …Oh no that's such a liberty - 10.00! Sorry to hear but Yh i agree the council ones are rubbish especially if you have to pay for it. Thanks for the information anyway and hopefully the bins from this deal meets your needs😁


Especially as we pay taxes and they cannot provide us with simple things like this. I know some councils give free wheelie bins to put rubbish in
Edited by: "Dylan_Smith135" 19th Feb
39943330-G95Gs.jpgWe got one. They are fine and about the same size as the brown Council issued food caddy. The lids are a little less secure than the Council caddy, as in that they dont quite click-secure as tight. But, if you want a different colour to brown or green bins, then it fits the bill.
Dylan_Smith13519/02/2020 22:45

Especially as we pay taxes and they cannot provide us with simple things …Especially as we pay taxes and they cannot provide us with simple things like this. I know some councils give free wheelie bins to put rubbish in


Wait....you pay for your wheelie bins as well🥴 i think you're trolling me .
shadey19119/02/2020 22:49

Wait....you pay for your wheelie bins as well🥴 i think you're trolling …Wait....you pay for your wheelie bins as well🥴 i think you're trolling me .


Yes they are £25 a year !!! Also something I don’t bother paying. Think I’m gonna move county
Edited by: "Dylan_Smith135" 19th Feb
Mad tings
shadey19119/02/2020 22:49

Wait....you pay for your wheelie bins as well🥴 i think you're trolling …Wait....you pay for your wheelie bins as well🥴 i think you're trolling me .


we have to pay for the black wheelie bin but not the green wheelie bin or the food waste bin. guess they try to encourage recycling.

my dad's council does not charge for any bins or recycle bags and liners. so every council will be different. but it is certainly unusual for a council to charge for a food waste bin.
£4.99 at The Range if that helps anyone, they also have some of the other Addis recycled range for sale at less than Amazon prices. I picked up the recycled Large sink bowl for £1.99 which Amazon are selling for £4.00.
£3 in Home Bargains for the exact same thing.
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