Christmas Tree Collection Cork
We offer a Christmas tree collection for our tree buyer customers in Cork city and suburbs for tree disposal from 5th – 8th January and 12th – 14th January 2023. Your Christmas tree will then be recycled and used for mulch, compact or other fertiliser-based products.
We offer this service if you would like your tree collected to save the hassle of keeping your car clean.
Collection rates are per 1 tree for a household or office. If you have more than 1 for disposal then give us a call.
Our Cork Christmas Tree Collection service is between 5th – 8th January and 12th – 14th January.
How Does It Work?
- Order online with the noted date and payment instructions.
- Leave your tree outside your house (tree must be left outside & we don’t enter buildings) or in your garden with instructions for payment through ordering online. (We don’t enter your house, and we collect from 8 am-8 pm)
- We can then collect and dispose of your tree at a selected date between 8.00 am-10 pm (if collection day is very congested, it may be the next day)
- The tree must be left outside your house or loading bay if in an apartment block.
- This service is for customers who purchased a tree in 2022.
Rather Dispose of The Tree Yourself?
The council has recycling areas around Cork where you can bring the tree for recycling free of charge. Look out for Christmas tree disposal depots with signs displaying Christmas tree drop-off.
Christmas Tree Recycling Depots in Cork 2023: (check with the council first to make sure you can use locations in the list below, as they can change each year)
The Council will provide recycling facilities for Christmas trees from householders in Cork, free of charge. Here are some of the drop-off locations in Cork;
- Gus Healy Swimming Pool, Ballinlough
- Clashduv Park, Togher
- Ballincollig Regional Park, Ballincollig
- Murmont Road, Montenotte
- Sam Allen Sports Complex, Gurranabraher
- Cork City Council offices in Glanmire
- Tramore Valley Park, South Link Road
It is best to contact the Cork county council or Repak to confirm dates and locations as they can change each year or keep a lookout on local newspapers for updates on locations. We only provide a reference to this information.