Christmas cards should either recycled in the kerbside collection or one of the council’s SORT centres (missing ‘be’)
The Council offers a Christmas tree recycling service and you can find out more by contacting us direct through out website. But why buy a real Christmas tree in a pot this year instead of buying one with its roots cut off? Your tree can then be planted in your garden. Once back in the ground, your tree will then absorb a tonne of carbon, that’s around 10% of your annual carbon footprint
(Think the word ‘not’ should be between why and buy! Out should of course be our.)
With new gifts received this Christmas, there are bound to be clear outs of old furniture, clothing, toys – why not take them to one of the Community Recycling Centres where they can be recycled or reused via too good to waste. Or you could donate your unwanted items to a charity shop where they can be recycled or reused via too good to waste. Or you could donate your unwanted items to a charity shop.
Polysterene is often used to pack toys and electrical equipment and this can be recycled either on the kerbside scheme or at the Community Recycling Centre
(It’s Polystyrene , and it should read via the kerbside scheme, or at the kerbside.)
You can collect your recycling bags from over 150 distribution centre, including; libraries, Council Offices and One4All centres.