|Examples of Coca-Cola's colour-coded recycling bins designed for London 2012|
I hope all you bloggers with some waste-busting credentials out there have got your fingertips at the ready, because today's news is that I'm judging a fantastic competition that's promoted by Coca-Cola as part of its Olympic Games Sustainability Challenge and which is inviting YOU to talk about my favourite topic.
And the prize on offer is an exciting package featuring two tickets to the Olympic Games for 4th August, as well as travel and accommodation, all of which are provided by Coca-Cola as as an Olympic sponsor.
All you have to do is publish a blogpost about easy ways in which you are reducing waste in your household and link it to the competition blogpost at the Coca-Cola Website.
I would love you to take part and share some inspirational and entertaining snippets of how you juggle your waste at home - and seriously, I wouldn't be surprised if some of the entries did actually feature some snazzy juggling action.
For more information about the competition, go straight over to my blogpost at their website, and follow the instructions there. I've included lots of ideas about ways in which you can take part.
But remember, to be in with a chance of winning, make sure you enter by the closing date which is midnight Friday 13th July.
And with any luck, if you're one of the winners, I will see you there.
I won't be difficult to spot, I'll be the one snapping photos of the colour-coded recycling bins as well as some of the other examples of waste reduction featured around the Olympic Park. I may even drag along Shedwyn, my roving reporter from last summer's 1000 bins campaign. After all, it's right up her street.
Until then, good luck to all who enter. I can't wait to visit your blogs and be inspired by your talent.
Now, get ye gone from here and go over there instead.
Disclaimer: I will not be paid by Coca-Cola for launching, promoting and judging the Olympic Games Sustainability Challenge. However, I have been invited to attend the London 2012 Olympic Games along with some of the competition winners and a Coca-Cola representative as a thank you for working with them.