Oh Christmas Tree - Oh Christmas tree, recycle your Christmas tree

By Hayden Moore

SOUTH Dublin County Council has made arrangements for you to leave your Christmas Tree for recycling at 21 locations in the county from Wednesday, January 2 to Friday, January 11.

The free service is for domestic household trees only, and the council have emphasised that only one tree per household is allowed.

christmas tree recycle

South Dublin County Council has made arrangements for you to leave your Christmas Tree for recycling at 21 locations in the county

Signs will be placed at various locations around the county indicating that it is an official recycling point, visit www.sdcc.ie for more information.

Christmas tree recycling locations

Saggart

● Parks Depot on Mill Lane

Tallaght

● Raheen open space (opposite Shopping Centre).

● Seán Walsh Park – Storage area (behind Old Bawn Community College) near Parks Depot off Whitestown Way

Old Bawn

● Church car park (beside shopping centre)

Rathfarnham

● Rathfarnham Castle Park – car park

Greenhills

● Tymon Park (Limekiln car park)

● Tymon Park (Tymon North Road car park)

Firhouse

● 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

Clondalkin

● Corkagh Park (St Johns Road car park) and (Green Isle car park at Caravan Park entrance)

● Collinstown Park

●  Quarryvale Park

● Foxdene open space

● Grand Canal open space (junction of Bawnogue and Lockview roads)

Lucan

● Beechpark open space

● Sarsfield Park open space

● Haydens Lane car park in Griffeen Valley Park

● Foxborough open space, Palmerstown

● Glenaulin Park

●  Woodfarm Acres

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