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RECYCLE your Christmas Tree?
Posted In: League City News Posted by Pam Moore on 01/03/2013


By Pam Moore for Brockway Realty

For many years now, my family has celebrated the holidays with our unique artificial Christmas tree; it is unique because it is an Upside-Down Christmas Tree!

This year we decided to purchase a live-cut tree for the holidays. So, now when the time comes, we need to either take the tree to the curbside on the designated day, or recycle the tree. In the December 29th issue of The Daily News, an article was published that gave us the information we needed for League City residents:

League City
Residents can leave their Christmas trees curbside on the city’s heavy-trash day, which is the second trash day of the week, beginning Jan. 5. They can also recycle the trees at the League City Recycling Center, where the trees will be broken down into mulch that will be made available free to the public through the city’s Public Works Department.
  • Recycle at the League City Recycling Center, 1535 Dickinson Ave., 24 hours a day.
  • For information about picking up free mulch, call City Hall at 281-554-1000.”
Not living in League City? I suggest you visit your city’s website to see what information is posted about holiday tree disposal, and consider recycling!



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