A guide to recycle all of your Christmas wrapping paper
What should you do with all your wrapping paper after Christmas? A great idea is to reuse your wrapping paper for another time – if possible, of course! However, it is a simpler idea to recycle all of your wrapping paper after Christmas. Most councils will accept wrapping paper in their household recycling collection but it is not accepted by all so please check with them first.
Top Tips for recycling your paper!
Before recycling, remove any sticky tape and decorations such as ribbons and bows as these can’t be recycled.
Wrapping paper can only be recycled if it passes the scrunch test – simple wrapping paper can be recycled but foil or glitter-decorated paper cannot and will need to be thrown away.
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