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Christmas tree collection starts January 9

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Christmas tree collection starts January 9

The City will start collecting natural Christmas trees on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. Trees will be picked up for recycling within three weeks of this date, but not necessarily on residents’ scheduled waste collection days.

Residents are asked to:
Set natural Christmas trees out for collection by 7 a.m. on Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Place their un-bagged tree on its side next to garbage bags
Cut extra-large trees into two-metre (approximately six-foot) lengths
Remove all ornaments, tinsel, garlands, nails, screws and tree stands, so that the trees are acceptable for composting

Apartment and condominium residents can take their natural Christmas trees, free of charge until January 31, 2018, to:
One of the City’s community recycling depots (place the tree next to the entrance or exit of the depot and make sure it does not block access)
One of the City’s four Eco Stations (staff will guide you to where you can place your tree)

Christmas trees should not be placed in or near apartment garbage or recycling bins.

In 2017, 10,779 trees weighing over 115 tonnes were collected for recycling. Trees are chipped and composted at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre. The City uses the wood chips to make various types of compost for horticulture, agriculture and land reclamation.

The Reuse Centre accepts artificial tree donations, as long as the tree is in a box and includes all parts. The donated trees are made available for purchase by organizations and individuals for reuse.

 

For more information:
edmonton.ca/wastelessholidays

 

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