To coincide with our carbon neutral status, we are giving away five special edition glass blocks containing genuine blades of grass from the Villa Park pitch.
Each glass block will come in a presentation box with a certificate of authenticity.
These are completely unique items and are not available to purchase.
To enter, simply answer this question:
How much of Villa's waste is recycled? [You will find the answer in the story here]
To enter, simply follow this link, leaving your answer, your name and your contact details.
The competition closes on February 28 and winners will be selected at random from correct entries received.
Terms and Conditions apply.
As mentioned in our earlier article, from Sunday, Villa Park officially becomes a carbon-neutral stadium.
The plan is to cut energy use, reduce waste and minimise greenhouse gas emissions in the stadium.
The positive steps being taken towards ever-greater sustainability will not only pay for themselves but will release additional funds to power our ambitions.
Working in partnership with Clearway Sustainability Resources, the club has identified its carbon emissions and offset them completely with carbon credits purchased from renewable energy projects around the world.