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Home Bargains | 40x10ltr Biodegradeable & Compostable Food Waste Caddy Bags / Liners £1.49

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Found 20th Feb 2014
Came across these 10 litre compostable bags / liners for kitchen food waste / compost caddies.

By way of comparison:
25 pack (10 litre) at Tesco is £2.99 at 0.12p each.
24 pack (7 litre) at Wilkinsons / Wilko is £2.20 at 0.09p each.

This is a 40 pack for £1.49 at 0.04p each, so it's far cheaper.
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    Be aware though that these ones don't fit mot council issued caddies.
    does every council not supply these? i get mine free from wigan council,i would enquire before buying!
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    nathanrelph

    does every council not supply these? i get mine free from wigan council,i … does every council not supply these? i get mine free from wigan council,i would enquire before buying!



    Not every council supplies caddy liners - my council doesn't. It's worth noting that some councils may accept plastic carrier bags but you would need to check first.
    Our council doesn't give them free but 10 miles down the road get theirs free, bit daft really
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    vjeffreys

    Be aware though that these ones don't fit mot council issued caddies.

    Our council issues both an outdoor caddy for collection & a smaller indoor kitchen caddy. The 10 ltr liners like these fit our indoor caddy.
    I these free from my local council. Seems odd that other councils would issue caddies but not liners. Strange way of encouraging you to use it!
    nathanrelph

    does every council not supply these? i get mine free from wigan council,i … does every council not supply these? i get mine free from wigan council,i would enquire before buying!

    Ours stopped supplying after a year.
    Banned
    Free here from the council unlimited amounts, same for recycling sacks
    Used all the council supplied liners, now just use the caddy and wash it out occasionally. No problem. No cost.
    sandstone1

    Ours stopped supplying after a year.


    Ours stopped too with the pathetic excuse that people were abusing the free supply as nappy sacks, dog poop etc. I suggested they just supply to the houses that actually recycle but it fell on deaf ears. They save money in landfill costs & sell on the recycling materials so really should help those residents that are doing their bit to help the environment & save them money.
    Bromley council! anything to add more money to their ever increasing millions in reserves fund at the cost of the local residents.
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