NEW HANOVER COUNTY — Some individuals attempt to stretch out Christmas cheer effectively into January. Some are prepared to maneuver on as quickly as presents are opened.
Whichever class you fall in, there’s loads of time and alternative to recycle your used Christmas tree.
Beginning Dec. 26, residents of the New Hanover County space can take used timber (sans lights and ornaments, in fact) to 3 places. New Hanover County’s Environmental Administration program is managing this system and plans to show the fabric into compost.
“Actual Christmas timber and wreaths are biodegradable and we are able to recycle them into mulch and compost after the vacations are over,” Environmental Administration Director Joe Suleyman mentioned in a county press release.
It might go with out saying, however synthetic timber can’t be accepted. Bushes have to be free from any decorations, stands, or another non-biodegradable supplies earlier than being donated.
Drop off your used tree any time earlier than Jan. 31 at any of those three places:
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