Time to Recycle That Christmas Tree
OK, I admit, with all of the excitement and joy of the season, it's hard to let Christmas go. But once it's gone - like really, really gone - it's time to get rid of that tree! As I mentioned in an earlier post, many cities in Clark County offer curbside recycling along with the regular yard debris pickup. There might be a small additional fee for the service. Or you can haul the tree to many of the recycling centers listed in the article.
Camas Boy Scouts Recycle Trees, Raise Money, and Collect Coats
One convenient option we like is to support the local Boy Scouts Troop, which serves the Camas community. They will pick up the tree at your front door, and take them to a recycling yard for you. Scheduled for this Saturday, Jan 3, the tree pick-up is a fund-raising drive (they ask for a $10 donation), but they also use the opportunity to collect coats for the needy. They will drop off a handy zip-lock bag to attach the check to the tree. Coats should be placed inside waterproof bags and left with the tree. It's a great way to recycle your tree and help the community at the same time.
For more information about the Boy Scout tree recycling and coat drive, contact Devin LuBean at 206-295-7321.
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