Families in Babergh and Mid Suffolk urged to recycle their Christmas trees - 49 drop off points set up around districts

PUBLISHED: 10:24 29 December 2014 | UPDATED: 10:24 29 December 2014

Recycle your Christmas tree this New Year

Recycle your Christmas tree this New Year

Councils are reminding residents to recycle over the Christmas period.

Babergh and Mid Suffolk district councils are providing homeowners with 49 drop-off points where real Christmas trees can be recycled and then turned into compost.

The trees can also be placed in a household’s brown bin for collection during January.

Sara Michell, Mid Suffolk’s portfolio holder for the environment, and John Hinton, Babergh’s lead member for the environment, have both welcomed the announcement.


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