Recycle Your Christmas Trees with Philly Program

Are your Christmas trees and decorations still up at home? Take them down! Don't wait until the end of the month. But here's good news, you can take that tree down this week and recycle them. Don't leave the trees at the corner by the trash. According to Philly Magazine, Philly has a Christmas tree recycling program. That means take that tree down and get it done. The city will allow you to drop off your real Christmas trees at various recycling centers starting this Wednesday, January 2nd, through January 12th. This program is only for the real trees, of course. So there are about 5 locations you can drop the trees off to from 8 a.m. to about 6 p.m. If you're looking to get rid of that tree, you can check out a few locations at 3901 N Delaware Ave., Port Richmond, 2601 W. Glenwood Ave., Strawberry Mansion, 3033 S. 63rd St., Southwest Philadelphia, Domino Lane and Umbria Street,  Northwest Philadelphia, State Road and Ashburner Street, Northeast Philadelphia. And on Jan. 5 and Jan. 12, both Saturdays, the city will add on more locations for the Christmas tree recycle program. If you need more details about the program, contact the Customer Affairs Unit at 215-686-5560.

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