Clearing out for 2013 as people throw away the old in January.
We visited Southwark Council's Reuse & Recycle Centre to see what is no longer loved.
The remains of Christmas. Trees ready for recycling and their new life as people clear out for 2013
Trees at the Recycle and Reuse Centre in Southwark, South East London
The team working at the tip salvage items that could be reused.
Bikes and furniture.
Prams and pictures looking for a new home.
Southwark residents have cleared out their homes.
If you're clearing out, the tip has a home for everything.
Tools and old music is well received.
Throwing away the Christmas Tree as another Norway Spruce becomes destitute.
In 18 weeks the trees will be recycled to compost and spreading the love in gardens.
Sorting the new arrivals.
The team at the tip sort through dumped items to provide a new future if they can.
A Bassett's Jelly Babies mug that's no longer wanted for a morning coffee and a dumped vase.
In the rubble that is recycled to become building aggregates and road building material.
Toys sent to the graveyard.
To be recycled and used again, but not by children.
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First broadcast: 07 Jan 2013