Birmingham to generate biomass electricity using recycled Christmas trees

The municipality of Birmingham is providing a free Christmas tree recycling service as a gift of Christmas and will convert donated trees into biomass electricity.

According to Local Authorities, Trees would be cut into small pieces and retained in the UK to generate biomass electricity.

St Mary’s Hospice is also providing a charitable service. The responsibility of arranging and managing trees council give to the charity of Hospice (depending on availability/living in a postcode region covered by the service) in exchange for a donation, allowing you to stay in the comfort of your own home.

“There are also some fantastic solutions out there that benefit good causes for a fair price, such as the St Mary’s Hospice service, which is an excellent alternative in the season of goodwill, if you can help them, said Cllr John O’Shea.

The location of the disposal point is not so hard to find. One can make a reach to the area at the main entrance to each of the following parks:

Cotteridge Park is a park in Cotteridge, England (Next to the car park on Franklin Road, B302HF)

Sutton Park is a park in Sutton, England (Visitor Centre, adjacent to Town Gate, B74 2YT)

Country Park Lickey Hills (at Warren Lane, B45 8ER)

Sheldon Country Park (B26 3TU, Old Rectory Farm, Ragley Drive)

They are not just providing the address of the trees’ dropping point but also giving a note where they mentioned, “Remove the Plastic or Metal from trees before drop off.”

The council service drop-off locations will be open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Which will begin from 26 December to the end of January, and the service is free of charge or money, said Councillor John O’Shea.

He further added that, “These are not the easiest objects to dispose of, and this provides a straightforward and convenient to make a reservation at one household recycling centre.”