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The gift is a roll of compostable liners for your food caddy to help you recycle all Christmas food waste. All food you recycle is eaten by greedy billions of burping bacteria at Somerset's Walpole anaerobic digestion plant, generating electricity and creating farm compost.

Somerset Waste Partnership's free monthly SORTED! e-newsletter has all the news about Christmas services, collection changes in your area, local recycling sites, and information on how Somerset's future waste transformation will affect you.

Along with being first with the news, there is another great reason to join the many thousands of subscribers — a free green gift for you.

To sign up, just click on the green "sign up" box on the front page at: (It is easy to unsubscribe at any
time.)

You will get two emails: one to confirm your subscription, and then a second that has the details of your free gift and how to claim it from your
local library. The free gift offer is available until Saturday 12 January 2019, while stocks last.

Compostable liners help keep kitchen caddies clean. You can also line your caddy with newspaper if you prefer.

NB: the easiest way to separate liners from the roll is to scrunch together the bags either side of perforations and pull apart, rather than tearing along perforations.

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