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PUBLISHED: 11:29 24 December 2007 | UPDATED: 19:20 05 July 2010

WITH regard to the letters I have been reading concerning the bio bags that we are obliged to purchase after we have used the 10 so graciously afforded to us by Waveney District Council.

WITH regard to the letters I have been reading concerning the bio bags that we are obliged to purchase after we have used the 10 so graciously afforded to us by Waveney District Council.

I did a little research having visited a shop in my area which I was led to believe stocked these articles only to be informed that they had none and would I kindly call back in a few days time and I might get some.

My research, I have to say, was a bit long drawn out due to the fact that having trailed through the www.waveney.gov.uk instruction, as given on said bags, I decided that perhaps it might help if I keyed in the name of the bag.

Thus having typed in WENTERRA ... success at last!

The information I felt was worth passing on to others who might be interested in saving themselves time and petrol in future.

The bags cost £3.50 for a roll of 50 bags which will be dispatched in one to two weeks and the postage added is £3 making a total of £6.50.

I know that Waveney Council has the answer in that we should, if all else fails, wrap our waste produce in newspaper, but I thought paper and the like was supposed to go in the blue bin.

I for one will not trail around from shop to shop looking for these liners and I suspect that a lot of other folk will be of the same mind as myself.

I suggest that the council gets its act together and has a bit of thought for those who do not happen to have a car … or £3.50 for new bags or even a newspaper.

ROSIE COOTE

Tedder Road

Lowestoft

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