We’re still in the run up to Christmas, but with the 25th looming fast, Feedback Local are looking into the rubbish and waste that comes with the festive season. In addition to the product packaging and gift wrap, the disposal of the tree is often something that is over looked.
What you need to know.
- Real trees are recyclable. – In most instances Christmas trees are considered green waste.
- Most local councils run specialist collections for Christmas trees
Click “MORE” for a list of local green waste disposal sites and further details of the recycling process.
Norris Castle. Located on the most northerly point of the Isle of Wight and the playground of royalty. It had become tired and fallen from its former glory and was due to go to market in the summer of 2015.
The Norris Castle job was a very special job to Feedback Atency. Not only did the job require all of our offerings including agricultural teams and our clearance operatives, it was undertaken across a beautiful 225 acre, Grade 1 listed plot in the Hampshire countryside.
In late June 2015, Feedback Atency was contacted by the executors of the Norris Castle Estate with regards to the clearance and disposal of the waste and other items from the main castle building. The aim of the project was to clear the castle to facilitate marketing of the estate by mid-July. The estate and castle building had fallen into faded glory. Much of the grounds were overgrown, and the castle rooms were full of waste and unloved items that needed to be disposed of.