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Robert Dyas - Addis Compost Caddy - Metallic/Green - £4.99 Free Click & Collect
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Robert Dyas - Addis Compost Caddy - Metallic/Green - £4.99 Free Click & Collect

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Posted 4th FebEdited by:"rosalina1818"

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You can collect your food scraps and waste effortlessly in this handy Addis Compost Caddy.

It comes in a stylish green finish that will look great kept on your kitchen worktop or on the floor near your bin, no matter what your colour scheme is.

It’s ideal for composting your food waste such as banana skins, egg shells, vegetable peelings and more.

This compact caddy is small and discreet enough to keep anywhere you like.

It has a flip up lid for easy access and comes complete with a convenient carry handle so you can easily empty it when its collection day or when the food starts to decompose.

This is a versatile caddy that can be used for food waste or as a storage caddy such as storing your cleaning products.

The smooth interior makes it easy to clean without the hassle of stubborn food mess.

Features and Benefits
  • Flip-up lid - It won't keep snapping shut when you have lots of waste to discard, making life easier when you're preparing meals.
  • Ideal capacity – This bin has a great capacity which is great for compostable waste as it will hold enough before it needs to be emptied as it decomposes quickly.
  • Compact – You can keep this bin wherever you need in your home as it will fit in many small spaces and can be kept out of the way.
Specifications
  • Dimensions: H19 X W24.5 X D18.5cm
  • Material: Plastic
  • Colour: Green
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Check your local council as a lot will give you these for "free".
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Check your local council as a lot will give you these for "free".
Better quality ones are usually free from your local council, complete with an endless supply of biodegradable bags.
Yep council.
Edited by: "ssc1" 4th Feb
b1g1an04/02/2020 21:44

Better quality ones are usually free from your local council, complete …Better quality ones are usually free from your local council, complete with an endless supply of biodegradable bags.


Ours don't give them away for free. The free garden waste bags in our borough were stopped over 10 years ago. So, it all depends on where you live to get these freebies.
rosalina181804/02/2020 21:47

Ours don't give them away for free. The free garden waste bags in our …Ours don't give them away for free. The free garden waste bags in our borough were stopped over 10 years ago. So, it all depends on where you live to get these freebies.


Perhaps I should change 'usually' to 'sometimes'

Have to admit I'm the only one out of our clump of houses who actually bothers so maybe for the chop here too. Don't understand why anyone wouldn't use it as it keeps 99% of the smelly stuff out of the main bin.

We have brown wheelie bins for garden stuff but have to pay a token fee to use them.
b1g1an04/02/2020 21:56

Perhaps I should change 'usually' to 'sometimes' Have to admit I'm the …Perhaps I should change 'usually' to 'sometimes' Have to admit I'm the only one out of our clump of houses who actually bothers so maybe for the chop here too. Don't understand why anyone wouldn't use it as it keeps 99% of the smelly stuff out of the main bin.We have brown wheelie bins for garden stuff but have to pay a token fee to use them.


You pay for the brown bin (one off) or you pay each time you use it?

In my area a lot of these things used to be free but now they charge, but collections are always 'free'.
Home Bargains have similar in silver/grey for £2.99, Addis brand. My council don't give for free, so I purchased one and bags so I could keep food waste separate from other rubbish so I can reduce the likelihood of vermin attacking the bin bags on a weekly basis!
ziggycj04/02/2020 22:05

You pay for the brown bin (one off) or you pay each time you use it?In my …You pay for the brown bin (one off) or you pay each time you use it?In my area a lot of these things used to be free but now they charge, but collections are always 'free'.


Just checked and it'll be £50 odd this year to use the service, better start using it a bit more! What does irritate me about the service is they say they will compost whatever you give them and then have the nerve to offer to sell your waste back to you.
I got one of these in blue from Home Bargains the other day for £2.99
b1g1an04/02/2020 22:49

Just checked and it'll be £50 odd this year to use the service, better …Just checked and it'll be £50 odd this year to use the service, better start using it a bit more! What does irritate me about the service is they say they will compost whatever you give them and then have the nerve to offer to sell your waste back to you.


Wow. Can't believe they charge. Shouldn't they be trying to encourage gardening and food waste etc. That's what council tax should be covering.
ziggycj04/02/2020 23:41

Wow. Can't believe they charge. Shouldn't they be trying to encourage …Wow. Can't believe they charge. Shouldn't they be trying to encourage gardening and food waste etc. That's what council tax should be covering.


Well food waste here is collected 'free'! In my area I can understand the fee for garden waste, most gardens are of reasonable size so you should be able to compost the waste yourself then get the benefit, at least I do!
Our council issued a free silver one for the kitchen, and looks similar . We were also given a slightly larger brown food bin, collected weekly for free. Garden waste is charged for.
Our council charges ~£40/year for a garden / food waste collection (every fortnight). By setting this precedence I believe they might soon start charging for normal recycling collection. Anyway, our local Aldi does degradable shopping bags for 5p (not sure whether you can find anything cheaper to use as liner)
spitfire5105/02/2020 08:04

Our council charges ~£40/year for a garden / food waste collection (every …Our council charges ~£40/year for a garden / food waste collection (every fortnight). By setting this precedence I believe they might soon start charging for normal recycling collection. Anyway, our local Aldi does degradable shopping bags for 5p (not sure whether you can find anything cheaper to use as liner)


They do already charge for collection. It's called council tax.

On a serious note, our recycling system is awful. Paper waste bag, cardboard bag, tin bag, bottle box, food waste box and a fortnightly non-recyclable waste collection...oh and a fortnightly nappy collection. So that's 7 types of separate waste...a joke.
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