Baltimore County collectors will pick up Christmas trees in standard trash/recycling trucks, and deliver them to county facilities to be chipped and later used as mulch.
To recycle a Christmas tree, yard debris customers can put small trees in their yard debris cart for free; set one tree cut into sections of five feet or shorter next to an empty yard debris cart at no extra charge.
- Real Christmas trees are a renewable, recyclable resource.
When you're ready to wrap up the holiday season, dispose of your Christmas tree by placing it at the curb on your weekly refuse collection day.
There will be four drop-off locations for NHC residents. Trees will be accepted in Marion until January 16 at Ray Fosse Park in the "Goofy Golf" parking lot behind the pool at 519 Parrish Ave. and at the northernmost picnic shelter parking lot in Pyramid Park at 1300 Bevabeck Drive.
Officials have launched an annual Christmas tree recycling drive in southern Nevada.
The county also teams up with the city of Charlottesville, chipping trees collected through the city's curbside pick-up program.
The time has come to part ways with the attractive family Christmas tree.
Township residents should remove all lights and decoration before bringing trees to Township Park.
Residents can also take trees to the East Richmond Road Convenience Center at 3800 East Richmond Road; Hopkins Road Transfer Station at 3520 North Hopkins Road; and the open area behind RVA Financial Credit Union on Robin Hood Road.
In Douglas County you can drop your trees off at Bayou Gulch, Challenger Regional Park, Fairgrounds Regional Park, and Highland Heritage Regional Park.