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
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.