Get 2016 off to a green start be re­cy­cling trees

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

PEO­PLE in South Bucks are be­ing en­cour­aged to get 2016 off to a green start by re­cy­cling their Christ­mas tree and pre­vent­ing it go­ing to land­fill.

If your Christ­mas has roots, it can be re­planted in a pot or in the gar­den to be re-used next year.

Al­ter­na­tively, South Bucks Dis­trict Coun­cil says that it can be cut down in or­der to fit into a green gar­den waste col­lec­tion bin, as long as the lid of the bin can still close.

Peo­ple can also take their tree along to one of the House­hold Waste Re­cy­cling sites, which are in Bea­cons­field, Lan­g­ley and Burn­ham.

There is also a site at Stoke Po­ges Me­mo­rial Gar­dens, in Church Lane, where trees can be dis­posed of un­til Jan­uary 14 from 9.30am un­til 4.30pm.

Ev­ery tree col­lected will be turned into com­post free of charge.

If you have any ques­tions, call the coun­cil on 01895 837 333 or email re­cy­cling@south­bucks.gov. uk.

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