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Recycled Christmas trees can spread new life

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Recycled Christmas trees can spread new life

With the holidays over and the new year in full swing, the time has come for Londoners to kick their Christmas trees to the curb.

The City of Edmonton said trees will be picked up for recycling within three weeks - and not necessarily on your scheduled waste collection day. Temporary drop-off locations, which were used in the past, have been permanently closed.

Be sure to remove all lights, ornaments, decorations and netting.

"Christmas trees are not the easiest things to dispose of which is why we are offering residents the opportunity to have them collected from the kerbside".

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If you can not make it out to the event, the city sanitation department continues its curbside collection through January 13.

People in Berkhamsted, Tring, Potten End and Frithsden can contact their local scout groups who will be collecting trees for a small donation to the scout groups.

"One of the best options is to take your old tree to the Household Waste Recycling Centre in West Marsh Road".

For more information on Christmas tree collection and recycling or MulchFest, visit www.nyc.gov/dsny, www.nyc.gov/parks or call 311.

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