Here are a few options of what to do with that live Christmas tree you bought this year.
Mulch will be left at the site for anyone who wants to use. Clarksville Parks and Recreation will recycle the trees.
By combining forces with the Charlottesville Curb Side Pick-Up Program, the joint programs collected over 4200 trees a year ago, yielding approximately 201 cubic yards of mulch.
With Christmas over, it's time to decide what to do with the tree. According to the CCH Environmental Group, used trees can be returned back to the outdoors where local wildlife can enjoy them as shelter. "So we encourage all residents to bring your tree to one of our four locations in New Hanover County to be recycled".
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The three countries agreed to establish the mechanism during Wang's visit to Kabul and Islamabad in June. The three officials discussed ways to encourage economic and security cooperation.
The county also teams up with the city of Charlottesville, chipping trees collected through the city's curbside pick-up program.
The city of Aurora is offering several locations to drop off Christmas trees through January 8.
Aurora asking everyone remove all nails, decorations and tree stands before recycling. The trees from the nursery are planted throughout the Lancaster County Park System. Only live trees are accepted - no wreaths.
In Brunswick County, residents can drop their trees at the landfill or at a convenience center.