Ahoy there Suffolk!!!
Yes YOU, over there.
Your Rubbish Blogger from Bury St Edmunds needs you!
Yes, that's me over here - whispering at you from my garden shed - not too quietly, just loud enough for you to hear.
I want to create a surprise virtual flashmob for a very important cause that is extremely close to my heart.
Suffolk still has a huge problem with food waste. This Easter I read that it costs Suffolk residents £3.14 million to dispose of 35,000 tonnes of the stuff. Shocking stats, I know - and figures like this can make you feel quite impotent, especially when you think of all the embedded energy and water in growing that stuff, only for it to end up in bins and carted off to landfill.
But we can do something about it and this is where you come in, even if you don't create much food waste yourself.
And it all starts with Zero Waste Week, which just as it happens, is taking place next week: 2-8 September.
So where do you come in?
The theme of Zero Waste Week this year is "Use it up", with lots of tips to cut down on food waste, with the key message to "Fill your belly not your bin".
And I'd love you to sign up, take part. All you need to do is visit www.zerowasteweek.co.uk, click a couple of buttons, select a pledge and you're in!
But don't just let the buck stop with you, encourage your friends and family too.
After all, our corner of the UK is aiming to become Greenest County and what a way to show our mettle, by creating a virtual flashmob on the Zero Waste Week site! Oh yes, let's parachute in with pledges from wherever you are in Suffolk
Even if you prevent just a block of cheese from being bunged in landfill, that's a result. For you it might be some cheese, but for others it could be £10 of shopping that would otherwise have ended up in their black bin.
Now I haven't told Rachelle Strauss, the organiser of the campaign - or indeed any of the team behind Zero Waste Week - of my plans.
I want it to be a right good old virtual flashmob surprise.
So remember, bellies not bins. Show your support now at www.zerowasteweek.co.uk
National Zero Waste Week, now in its 6th year, takes place 2-8 September. No matter where you are in the UK, you can join in too. So if you care about food waste, please sign up, pledge and tell your friends. There's also a Facebook Events Page that you can join too.