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Recycle your Christmas tree in 2013

Recycle your Christmas tree in 2013

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Recycle your Christmas tree in 2013

Make recycling your first New year’s resolution in 2013.

From Saturday 5th January to Friday 18th January 2013, the public can bring their Christmas Trees to the following locations for recycling. This facility is for domestic household trees only and not for commercial operators. One tree will be accepted per household.

The Mayor Cathal King said “Recycling your Christmas tree is a good start to the New Year. I advise all households with real Christmas trees to bring their tree to the nearest Christmas tree recycling location listed. This action is a positive one, the shredded material will be used to enhance plantings in the area”

Beechpark open space
Sarsfield Park open space
Haydens Lane car park in Griffeen Valley Park
Foxborough Park open space
Glenaulin Park
Woodfarm Acres
Corkagh Park (St Johns Road entrance car park)
Corkagh Park (Green Isle car park at Caravan Park entrance)
Collinstown Park
Quarryvale Park
Foxdene open space
Grand Canal open space (junction of Bawnogue and Lockview Rd.)
Raheen open space (opposite Raheen Shopping Centre)
Seán Walsh Park – Storage area (behind Old Bawn Community College) near Parks Depot off Whitestown Way.
Tymon Park – Limekiln car park
Tymon Park – Tymon North Road car park
Old Bawn
Church car park (beside shopping center)
Car park at Cherryfield (off the link road between Firhouse Road and Spawell Roundabout)
Car park at Dodder Valley Park, Firhouse Road opposite Woodlawn Estate
Rathfarnham Castle Park – car park
Park’s Depot on Mill Lane

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