I, BecA, promise to recycle my Christmas tree


Potential savings could be 3,750 Sheffield AFC leather footballs full of CO2 and £0 per year

Advice to help you fulfil your promise


Christmas treeOnce the 'Twelve Days of Christmas' are over, Sheffield residents are being urged  to 'Treecycle' their unwanted real Christmas trees. Real Christmas trees can be taken to any of the HWRCs.

Real Christmas trees can also be collected as part of the bulky waste collection service. Starting in January, collections cost £18 and are for up to three items of bulky waste.

To find your nearest HWRC and confirm opening hours, please click here or call 0114 273 4567.

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Northern 6
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