If you still have your Christmas tree, you'd want to be extremely careful about keeping it away from the fire.
Dublin Fire Brigade took to Twitter yesterday to share a photo of a charred tree in a home, accompanied by a warning.
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) January 7, 2018
Dublin councils will be offering tree recycling this month and you can find details below.
Looking to recycle your Christmas ???? tree. Here are the dlr locations open until Sunday 14 January @dlrheritevents @dlrArts @leo_dlr @dlrevents @dlrLexIcon @DLR_Libraries @DLRPPN pic.twitter.com/ZAFZJWxd9w
— dlrcc (@dlrcc) January 5, 2018
As Christmas comes to an end remember to recycle your tree responsibly at our official Collection points only, ????details here https://t.co/r38925R2wL Only Christmas trees will be accepted at these locations, other green waste, Christmas tree stands, etc. will not be accepted ???? pic.twitter.com/SdZykj8qUY
— FingalCountyCouncil (@Fingalcoco) January 5, 2018
South Dublin County Council has made arrangements for you to leave your Christmas Tree for recycling at 21 locations in the county from Wednesday 3rd January 2018 to Friday 12th January 2018. See https://t.co/S4GjrsuAZq for full list of
— South Dublin Co Co (@sdublincoco) January 4, 2018
Christmas trees will be accepted free of charge from the 2nd to 21st January 2018. Follow the link for times & locations: https://t.co/QKmPSnWwmr
— Dublin City Council (@DubCityCouncil) January 5, 2018