Fingal County Council will be accepting Christmas trees for recycling at the following collection points from tomorrow Wednesday (Jan 4), writes Rose Barrett.
While ‘Little Christmas Day’/the Feast of the Epiphany is traditionally the day Christmas decorations come down, many families had the festive decorations up early, in order to quash the pervasive shadow of Omicron as it spread so quickly in December.
The trees – please note – only Christmas trees can be deposited at the below locations, up to and including Friday (Jan 21, 2022).
Other green waste, Christmas tree stands, etc. will not be accepted.
- Bath Road Car Park, Balbriggan
- Barnageeragh Carpark, Balbriggan Road
- Hayestown Open Space, Rush
- Orlynn Park Entrance, Access from Dublin Road, Lusk
- Estuary Recycling Centre (normal opening hours only)
- Rathingle Playing fields car park
- Swords Manor pitches
- The Square, Donabate
- The Brook, Portrane
- Santry Demesne Car Park
- Public Car Park, Back Road, Malahide Demesne
- Public Car Park, Strand Road, Portmarnock
- Kinsealy Court, Kinsealy
- The Banks Car Park, Malahide
- Seagrange Park, Baldoyle
- Sutton Park, Sutton
- Harbour Car Park, Howth
- Millennium Park Car Park, Snugborough Road Extension, Coolmine – park opening hours only.
And again, please note that only Christmas trees will be accepted at the above locations, no other green waste is acceptable.
For enquiries, contact the Operations Depot at 01 890 5000 from January 4.