Recycling for real Christmas trees available starting Dec. 17

Recycling for real Christmas trees available starting Dec. 17

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

From the City of Lubbock

Beginning Tuesday, December 17, the Solid Waste Services Department will offer residents with live Christmas trees Drop-off Recycling at its four permanent Citizen Convenience Stations. Each year the fresh-cut trees are ground into mulch.

Residents are asked to remove all decorations, the metal stand, and any plastic before placing natural Christmas trees in the roll-off bins located outside the gates at the following locations:

- 208 Municipal Drive

- 1631 84th Street

- 7308 Milwaukee

- 4307 Adrian Street 

After January 6, 2020, the roll-offs will be located inside the gates and residents can drop-off the fresh-cut trees from 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday - Saturday, throughout the month of January. For more information please visit our website at mylubbock.us/holidayrecycling.

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