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Buy real Christmas trees to help environment, Poles urged

17.12.2019 12:50
Around 100,000 environmentally-friendly Christmas trees from special plantations will be available for purchase in forestry districts around Poland.
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Anna Malinowska, a spokeswoman for the State Forests authority, which manages state-owned forests in Poland, said buying such trees would not have a negative impact on the environment.

She said: “Even if we throw out such a tree then it will decompose on a rubbish dump. It won’t lie there for several hundred years.”

Malinowska added: “The production of an artificial tree is not good for the environment. The type of material from which these trees are made is harmful, because it’s simply plastic.”

The prices of Christmas trees from forestry districts are similar to those at bazaars, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.


Source: IAR