The holidays are over and your Christmas tree is beginning to dwindle. What can you do with your tree?
Below are a few options to throw away your natural tree.
Only natural trees with no ornaments, lights, decorations, or tensile can be recycled in Lexington until January 31. All you have to do is place your tree on the curb next to your carts for pick up. You can also recycle natural wreaths and garland by placing in your grey yard waste cart.
For those who use private garbage collection services, you can drop your natural tree off at Jacobson Park for the Division of Fish and Wildlife until January 17. The trees will be turned into a habitat for the fish around Kentucky.
What about artificial trees? What can you do with the one you are ready to let go of?
Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore locations on Southland Drive and Winchester Road are taking artificial trees in good condition. Keep the trees from ending up in the landfill.
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