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Recycling: decorations


​Glass Baubles should be recycled along with your bottles and jars in your parish glass collection, at your local bottle bank or in the glass container at the Household Reuse and Recycling Centre.

Plastic Baubles are not recyclable and should be disposed of in your general household waste.

Bunting fabric bunting can be recycled in a Salvation Army textile bank and paper bunting can be recycled along with your other paper.  Bunting made of other materials cannot be recycled and should be disposed of in your general household rubbish.

Tinsel, ribbons and bows cannot be recycled and should be disposed of in your general household rubbish.

Natural materials on wreaths, such as ivy, mistletoe etc. can be composted so long as they are not covered with excessive glitter, paint or glue. Simply remove the greenery from the base and either put the leaves into your home composter or bring them to the Household Green Waste Reception at La Collette. Artificial ribbons and plastic bows etc. must be removed before you recycle your wreath.

Where you can dispose of decorations

How you can reuse decorations

​If you have decorations in good condition, take them to the Acorn Reuse Centre at the Household Reuse and Recycling Centre, La Collette.

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