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Does anyone know where to buy bin lierns which biodegrade? I failed to find any in a recent hunt. We are in rural West Dorset and do not have wheelie bins our rubbish has to be in a bag and is thrown into an open topped lorry so it has to be contained in something.Also, I haven't seen any bags for sale for swing bin/pedal bins and the small compostable bags I use for kitchen waste are too small for these purposes. I used to think I was doing quite well using my old Tesco carrier bags twice once for shopping and then to put my rubbish in I know see the error of my ways! » shlaimmju.com [url=http://xkwfnlccb.com]xkwfnlccb[/url] [link=http://fsbpawmb.com]fsbpawmb[/link]
TURN THOSE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS OFF!Iâ€™ve never seen the Marine Theatre as full as it was for the launch of Turn Lyme Green. â€˜Well doneâ€™ to the oigenrzars. After plastics, I hope the next focus of attention will be energy conservation.Iâ€™m astonished to see that some people are still covering the outside of their houses with Christmas lights and illuminated Santas. In some areas, neighbours compete with each other to see who can pile on the most and leave them on for longer. WHY? It's for the children , I hear. Is wasting energy a good example to set for the next generation? But it's for charity . Canâ€™t some other way can be found to raise money?Children used to enjoy Christmas quite happily with just a few fairy lights on a tree.The Council is promising us Christmas lights that are better than ever . Does this mean theyâ€™ll use even more electricity? Perhaps they can make sure theyâ€™re not turned on in daylight or left on too late. Also, there are many local shops that leave their doors wide open in winter, some with heaters right above the doorway. Apart from wasting their own money, theyâ€™re contributing to global warming twice: both in the generation of the power they use and by directly heating the air outside. If enough customers draw attention to it, maybe theyâ€™ll think again.We wonâ€™t need any more nuclear power stations to be built if we simply USE LESS POWER. The I can afford it therefore I can squander it attitude is no longer OK. Letâ€™s look forward to seeing the first wind turbines on a hilltop in Dorset. They could be another tourist attraction. » mpsrhm.com [url=http://ypxihwzzz.com]ypxihwzzz[/url] [link=http://lzmjuak.com]lzmjuak[/link]
Well done, let's keep up the good work!Could turnlymegreen bulk buy bio-degradable bags and conietnars, and sell them locally? This would encourage us to use them instead of plastics, and would be cheaper than buying individually from the manufacturers. It would also bring the costs down, as more towns do the same.It would be good to get a professional who deals with recycling to talk to us and answer questionss about what is done with the various materials. It could also encourage the recyclers to deal with more plastics such as yoghort conietnars which are not currently recycled.What about asking the manager of Axminster Tesco to come and speak to us? Most of the rubbish comes from Tesco, and they need to be put under pressure to change their packaging and recycle I would like to see all supermarkets having recycling bins in their carparks. » nocxxr.com [url=http://twvshrozsx.com]twvshrozsx[/url] [link=http://uqbdyocyxwl.com]uqbdyocyxwl[/link]
The Turn Lyme Green effort is fine. I plonrsaley prefer string bags, which I have used for many years. They stretch to hold nearly a cubic yard of items, yet scrunch into a ball smaller than a fist, small enough to go into a pocket. I order them for a32 each plus VAT (a price that would come down for larger orders) and they are on sale now at Jalito's; I also persuaded stallholders at Axminster market to carry them, and have some more that I will be offering to some other shop in Lyme or Uplyme. Once you get used to carrying your own string bag around, you find its endless convenience addictive, and enjoy rejecting shops' bags everywhere from Lyme to London to Palermo.Lyme cannot become plastic-bag free as long as people can come into shops bagless and have to be given bags. There are only two ways: For plastic bags actually to be banned by law, as in (parts of?) France. Or for the majority of people, not just Lymians but tourists, to be accustomed to carrying their own bags around. I feel that string bags are the appealing idea most likely to spread. » eafxqbxzva.com [url=http://zisffkiyek.com]zisffkiyek[/url] [link=http://gvysgrmcrn.com]gvysgrmcrn[/link]
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