Recycle your real Christmas trees at Pottery Street Depot, Greenock
Friday 3 January 2020
As the twelfth day after Christmas draws near, residents are being encouraged to recycle their natural Christmas trees.
Residents can take real trees to the Pottery Street Recycling Centre in Greenock.
The council’s Environment and Regeneration Convener, Councillor Michael McCormick, said, “This weekend many people will be taking down their Christmas decorations and packing away the baubles and lights for another year.
“When it comes to real or natural Christmas trees, these can be easily recycled in Inverclyde. Just bring them along to the Pottery Street Recycling Centre and they’ll be recycled into compost.”
The Pottery Street depot is open this weekend from 8am to 6pm with the last entry 15 minutes before closing.
Find out more about recycling in Inverclyde at www.inverclyde.gov.uk/recycling
Page last updated: 3 January 2020