Consumers urged to recycle Christmas trees, lights and cards

Jessica Shankleman
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Sainsbury's expands collection points for greetings cards and pledges donation to FSC

As the 12 days of Christmas draw to a close and pine needles start to litter the carpets of living rooms up and down the country, homes and offices are being urged to recycle their Christmas trees rather...

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