How do I get rid of my Christmas tree in Chicago?

Residents can drop off real trees at one of 25 locations throughout the city from Jan. 9-23, 2021. For more information, call 311 or visit No wreaths or garland is accepted at these locations.

How do I dispose of a Christmas tree in Montgomery County?

We accept Christmas trees year-round in our curbside yard trim collection. Set your Christmas tree at the curb by 7 a.m. on your recycling collection day. Christmas trees are given a new life after being composted or chipped for mulch, so keep the tree in a natural state.

How can I get a free Christmas tree?

The first suggestion will be the Salvation Army. Even if they can’t provide a free Christmas Tree to a family, the Salvation Army does operate Family Stores in most states. These are low cost thrift stores, and in some cases a gently used, artificial tree may be sold.

How do I dispose of Christmas lights?

Drop ’em off at a donation bin near you or find your local store. Your local municipal waste service: You’re not the only one in the neighborhood taking down the Christmas lights. The EPA recommends contacting your local recycling service to see if it is accepting working or nonworking Christmas lights.

How do you dispose of Christmas garland?

Live Wreaths & Garland This is a very popular option, so please, call before driving over. Option two is to take apart your wreath or garland. The boughs can be composted in your yard or you can set them aside until spring when yard waste service returns. The wires can be recycled at a scrap metal recycling facility.

How do you dispose of Christmas wreaths?

Natural materials on wreaths, such as ivy, fir cones, mistletoe and holly, can be composted as long as they are not covered with excessive glitter. Simply remove the greenery from the base and add to your garden/green waste collection, or drop at your local household waste recycling centre.

Can I put Christmas tree in recycle bin?

Unfortunately, no. Artificial Christmas trees are made with PVC and other materials that can’t be recycled.

What do you do with old Christmas lights that don’t work?

Give them to charity If you can’t find a place to recycle, there is a charity called the Christmas Light Recycling Program that takes old lights (including broken ones), recycles them and uses the money to buy books and toys for less advantaged children.

Where to recycle in Montgomery Township, PA?

Curbside Recycling: Curbside recycling from ALL garbage haulers in Montgomery Township goes to “Blue Mountain Recycling” – located just off route 309/Bethlehem Pike in North Wales. We have SINGLE STREAM recycling – everything mixed together in the bin as it is sorted at the recycling plant.

Where can I drop off my Christmas tree?

Currently the following townships are offering either curbside Christmas tree collection or a drop off location to their residents. This is in effort to prevent utilizing unnecessary landfill space as the tree will be composted. It is also in compliance with Act 101 and township recycling ordinances.

Where does a.j.blosenski collect Christmas trees?

A.J. Blosenski is NOT TO COLLECT trees from this township after published collection dates – residents are to contact township. The following townships were contacted and confirmed that the hauler is responsible to collect Christmas trees. They do not offer a curbside collection or drop off location.

When to pick up Christmas trees in Kennett Square?

Curbside Collection by Kennett Square Public Works Department from Dec. 26 until the end of January. Christmas trees should be placed at the curb where they will be picked up by the Public Works Department and recycled. REQUIREMENT: Resident MUST call A.J. Blosenski, Inc. at 610-942-2707 to schedule collection