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Some cities provide Christmas tree recycling

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Recycling lets Christmas trees live on as mulch

The following north county cities will recycle Christmas trees into mulch. All decorations and hooks must be removed from the trees first, and they should not be bagged or put in a container.

Cities not listed do not offer Christmas tree recycling.

Belleair: Curbside collection with yard waste on regular day. For information, call (727) 588-3769, ext. 401.

Clearwater: Curbside collection with yard waste on regular day. For information, call (727) 562-4920.

Dunedin: Curbside collection with yard waste on regular day through Jan. 10. Residents without curbside yard waste pickup can plan a pickup day with their association property manager. For information, call (727) 298-3215, ext. 1328.

Largo: Curbside collection with yard waste on regular days. For information, call (727) 587-6760 or visit largorecycles. com.

Oldsmar: Drop off trees at 107 Shore Drive W, across from Park Boulevard. Open through Jan. 13. For information, call (813) 749-1266.

Safety Harbor: Curbside collection with yard waste on Wednesdays. For information, call (727) 724-1550.

Tarpon Springs: Drop off trees at the yard waste facility at 898 S Levis Ave. for a fee, or put out for curbside collection with yard waste on regular day. For information, call (727) 943-4837.

Times staff writer

Some cities provide Christmas tree recycling 12/31/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 4:30pm]
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