It's Time to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

The green way to clear up the festive clutter

Council Collects over 2,500 Christmas Trees

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Hammersmith and Fulham Council is once again offering a free service collecting and recycling Christmas trees.

The council says that last Christmaslocal people helped to recycle 50 tonnes of Christmas trees that would have been expensively disposed of. Christmas trees will be composted and put to good use rather than going to waste.

If you have your recycling and rubbish collected in sacks from outside your home, leave your tree in your front garden or outside your property where it is clearly visible from the street and does not cause an obstruction on the pavement, by 12pm on your normal rubbish and recycling collection day from Monday 2 to Friday 13 January.

Trees will be collected in the afternoon, not at the same time as your bags. Please remember to remove decorations.

There are also designated collection points where you can take your trees. These include:

  • New Kings Road (on edge of Eel Brook Common)
  • Fulham Palace Road Cemetery (opposite Queensmill Road)
  • Normand Park (opposite Lillie Road entrance)
  • Loris Road Community Gardens
  • Ravenscourt Park (by the football pitch)
  • Wormwood Scrubs Car Park (off Scrubs Lane)

January 4, 2012