PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
17 sites across the city are set up to collect your Christmas trees.
The trees are recycled into woodchip to use in the city's parks and open spaces.
Collection points will be open in January 2014.
The collection points are:
Over Christmas we generate around 30% more waste and most of this can be recycled.
All your wrapping paper, Christmas cards, wine bottles, glass jars and lids, plastic bottles, tubs, pots and trays, foil, tins and cans and drinks cartons can all be recycled in your blue bin.
If you can't fit it in your blue bin, please leave it in a suitable stack or box next to your bin. Visit our What goes into each container page for full details on household recycling.
Please try to recycle as much as possible as extra landfill waste will not be collected.
Visit our Recycling and waste collection days page find out your normal collection day and which colour household you are.
Collection days over the Christmas and New Year period may be different to normal. Any changes will be available here nearer the time.
If you have more recycling than will fit in the bin, please place it neatly by the side of your blue bin on collection day in a recycling or cardboard box or a clear bag. We are unable to collect recycling in black bags.
If you are entertaining this Christmas you may find you have more food waste than usual. Place any food waste into your food caddy. Visit our Food waste recycling page for full details.
To find out more useful tips on how to store food, tantalising Christmas recipes and advice on freezing this holiday season, visit the Love Food Hate Waste website.
To find out more useful tips on how to store food, tantalising Christmas recipes and advice on freezing this holiday season, visit the Oxfordshire Waste Partnership website where you can make a pledge for a free recipe book.
From taking unwanted Christmas presents to the charity shops or saving your wrapping paper for next year, there are many items to be reused over Christmas. For more information visit Oxfordshire's A-Z reuse directory.
Page last updated 15 April 2013