Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Published on by Phoebe Doolan (author)

Christmas Trees (photo: )
Christmas Trees

 

As the festive period comes to a close, Brighton and Hove City Council have created a list of several places residents can take their Christmas tree to be recycled. They have warned that any trees left at any place else aside from these points will be seen as fly-tipping, and that all decorations must be removed before dropping off. 

Christmas Trees

Christmas Trees

The list is as follows: 

BRIGHTON

• Upper Bevendean Avenue - opposite shops

• Coldean Lane - opposite Park Road

• Dyke Road - Hilltop Cafe

• East Brighton Park, Wilson Avenue 

• Ditchling Road - North end 

• Ladies Mile Road - behind clock tower

• Mackie Avenue - playing field

• Montpelier Crescent/Vernon Terrace - beside recycling  site

• Preston Park, Preston Drove - north entrance, next to recycling site

• Queens Park – south by South Avenue near the pond

• The Level, Union Road - behind the recycling point

• Upper Bedford Street - by Hampshire Court, corner of Upper St James Street

HOVE

• Adelaide Crescent, west side, seafront end

•Hangleton Park - on left hand side from Lark Hill and Park Rise entrance

• Hove Park - end of Orchard Road and Park View Road

• St Ann's Well Gardens - beside Nizells Avenue

• Wish Park - north east corner, by the playground

 

Any real Christmas trees can also be recycled with your garden waste if you have signed up for a collection. All recycled trees will be turned into soil improver or compost, which you can buy at your local recycling centre. Experts have suggested potted trees for a more sustainable Christmas! 

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