Christmas Tree Recycling Available in Three City Parks
Bare Christmas trees will be recycled into mulch
After the glow of Christmas is gone and the decorations have been taken off the tree, City residents can take the bare tree to one of three City park sites to be recycled.
Trees can be dropped off at:
- Forest Park, Lower Muny Opera parking lot
- O’Fallon Park, West Florissant and Holly, picnic grounds #4
- Carondelet Park, Grand and Holly Hills, area between gate and recycling containers.
Trees will be accepted at these park sites from Tuesday, December 27, 2011 through Friday, January 13, 2012. The trees will be ground into mulch that will be free and made available at the same sites. Fake or plastic trees will NOT be accepted.
Trees must be free of ALL decorations. Please remove the ornaments, tinsel, lights and tree stand. Do NOT put the tree in a plastic bag or cover it. Wreaths and pine roping are NOT accepted at the sites.
“We want to encourage residents to recycle their Christmas trees," said Greg Hayes, Forestry Commissioner. "Locations in the north, south and central areas of the City were chosen to ensure that our recycling sites are as convenient as possible.”
Christmas trees can also be collected as part of the monthly bulk pickup program. City residents should NOT place Christmas trees in alley dumpsters or recycling containers.
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