Wake County recycling Christmas trees for mulch in local parks

Laura Christensen
December 27, 2017

Customers without yard debris service can pay for an extra 32-gallon collection and put cut trees next to their garbage containers.

For those in the Cape Fear Region who celebrated Christmas with a live Christmas Tree and who are wondering what to do with the tree, look no further. Trees will be accepted until February 24, 2018, which is when the annual Crab Orchard Lake fish attractor project is scheduled to take place. Free mulch will be available to citizens starting February 1, 2018, at Darden Towe Park.

Trees can also be dropped off at any of the City's Refuse and Recycling Convenience Centers or composting facilities. Trees can be dropped off at Lancaster County Central Park through the end of January to turned into mulch and used throughout the county parks.

Now that Christmas is over, many New Yorkers are looking to get rid of their trees and wreaths soon - but they will have to wait just a bit longer. The event page can be found online.

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Christmas is over. So, what should you do with your live Christmas tree?

An estimated 550 square miles of United States real estate is devoted to growing conifers meant to be cut for Christmas trees, according to the National Christmas Tree Association, cited by Reuters.

All ornaments, lights and anything other than the natural tree must be removed.

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