Disposing of your Christmas tree in Charlotte, NC is quite simple. Charlotte City's Solid Waste Services will begin picking up Christmas trees after Christmas, as part of its regular yard waste collection schedule. Be sure to put your tree (free of ornaments, wires, and lights) curbside by 6:30 am on the day of schedule collections in your neighborhood. (And you are asked not to block the sidewalk with your tree.)
Just keep in mind that there will be no regular trash pick-up today, December 26th. All trash pick up will be on a day delay basis this week and neighborhoods that get Friday pick-ups will be picked up on Saturday. Normal pick-up schedules will resume on Monday, January 2nd, 2017.
If you have an artificial tree you want to dispose of, call 311 to schedule.
If you live in a townhome, condo, or rental complex, also call 311 to schedule a pickup.
Want more information about how you can assist with waste management in the Charlotte/Mecklenburg area? Check out Mecklenburg County's Wipe Out Waste Guide or go to their Wipe Out Waste website, which includes videos on every topic imaginable about how Mecklenburg County residents can help wipe out waste.
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