Weekly food waste collections will continue across West Norfolk over the festive period.
Paul Kunes, the borough councillor responsible for the environment, said: “Christmas and New Year is the busiest time of the year for domestic waste and recycling. I urge residents to use their food caddy and put their outdoor food waste bin next to their waste or recycling every week.
“Using your food waste caddy is easier and more hygienic than before. You can use any bag to line your food caddy as it will be stripped out when the food waste is processed. The waste produces clean electricity and bio fertiliser. Also, and this is a big benefit at this time of the year, it creates more space in your black bin.”