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I'm a councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth; this blog mainly covers that, sometimes general politics and policy and occasionally anything else that takes my fancy.
Tag Archives: Recycling
Happy New Year. And a reminder, now that twelfth night is approaching, that the council is once again recycling Christmas trees. On normal collection days from tomorrow (5 January) until 18 January trees will be collected free of charge, then shredded to become compost. It’s impossible not to notice trees starting to litter the streets,
I’m away from a computer for most of today, but couldn’t not link to this story from the Wandsworth Guardian – Recycling crew find widow’s lost letters. Essentially, and quite by accident, a recently bereaved woman had the letters and cards of condolence she had received thrown out. When this was discovered she phoned the
Well, hopefully they are recycled. The council has been offering a recycling scheme for Christmas trees for several years and this year is no different – from tomorrow (7 January) you can leave your (real) Christmas tree out with your refuse on your usual collection day. It will be collected, shredded and used for composting.