ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Roseburg Disposal will start recycling Christmas trees starting December 27th through January 9th.
Free Christmas tree recycling will be done at Legion Field, Kline Street, in front of Hucrest School, the corner of Calkins and Jefferson, Totem Market in Winchester, and the Sherms Thunderbird parking lot.
Additional locations include: Kowloon's restaurant, Carquest, Rose Street by the old Safeway, the corner of Rice and Stephens, and Cinema parking lot.
You can drop off the trees in a dropbox and make sure you remove any ornaments first.
According to the National Christmas Tree Association, Christmas trees are biodegradable, which means they can be reused or recycled for mulch, and other purposes.
- How to recycle your Christmas tree
- How to Safely Secure Your Christmas Tree
- Hummingbird Wholesale makes recycling easy
- Company helps businesses recycle 50 percent more
- Marion County scales back curbside recycling
- China's recycling ban sends millions of pounds of recyclables to landfills
- Lane County officials urge residents to recycle electronics
- Sanipac explains what can and cannot be recycled
- Electronics can be recycled at new locations in Lane County
- Recycle Styrofoam at all St. Vincent De Paul locations