Recycling Christmas trees and Wreaths in Anne Arundel County

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Recycling Christmas trees and Wreaths in Anne Arundel County

 It's that time of year again, when Anne Arundel County residents are looking to dispose of past their prime Christmas Trees, Wreaths, and Garland.  

Did you know that residents of Anne Arundel County can put their trees, wreaths, and garland out as yard waste on your scheduled recycling day?  

The Anne Arundel County Waste Management website states:

Christmas trees must be free from all lights, ornamentation and tree bags. Only natural trees will be collected. Tall trees should be cut in half in order to fit into the collection truck.

 

Some Caveats:

Items longer than four feet should be cut into smaller sections

Trees and wreaths (like other yard waste), should not be  put in yellow recycling bins but instead either placed beside the bins or put into plastic bags marked clearly with an "X" to distinguish them from the trash. 

 

You are also welcome to take the items directly to the county landfill which is free to Anne Arundel County residents.  

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    Christie Lane Craven - Long & Foster Real Estate

  Christie Lane Craven

   Odenton, MD

 

Christie Lane Craven - Odenton, MD Real Estate

 

 

 

 

 

 

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