Published: Fri, January 04, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Local Business Will Collect Your Christmas Tree, Curbside

Local Business Will Collect Your Christmas Tree, Curbside

San Francisco residents who put Christmas trees into their homes this year will be able to get rid of their trees starting next week.

The second, the Robin Hood Bay Waste Management Facility, is also accepting residential Christmas tree drop offs until January 12th. Please have all items cleared off of trees before placing them out on the curbs - this includes tinsel and garland. Artificial trees four feet and smaller can be thrown out with your regular garbage.

You can also recycle your tree in the auto park of Saltdean lido and in Central park, Woodingdean.

South Ribble Borough Council is only offering Christmas tree collection for those with brown bins. People may also bring their trees to the Highway Department on Route 9 and leave them by the gate. SFBay regrets the error. County residents can take their trees to the landfill near St. Pauls or to compact sites located throughout the county.

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So as you retire your tree this year, think about how you could share it with others for a few more months before it is really time to throw it out.

Michel Dubuc tends to his Christmas trees at the Atwater Market. Pickup dates will vary, so residents should set their trees out by Saturday, Jan. 19, to make sure they are collected.

Trees with decorations, plastic or flocking spray can not be accepted. "It's a very high cost, so it's unreasonable to ask them to keep coming around". Snowstorm response takes priority over tree and yard waste collections. They signal the end of a happy holiday season, the death of a short but productive arboreal life and, for some, an environmental waste.

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