City, King County offer options for recycling Christmas trees

December 26, 2011

By Staff

NEW — 10 a.m. Dec. 26, 2011

Christmas is history, and Issaquah residents ready to pitch Christmas trees have a few options.

Customers tired of evergreens dropping brown needles can set out trees for yard waste collection on regular collection days. The trees must be cut to 4 feet or less. Haulers do not collect trees decked in flocking or decorations.

For residents interested in recycling, or tree-cycling, the King County Solid Waste Division offers a list of recycling locations throughout King County.

Or drop off trees at Cedar Grove Composting near Issaquah and other recycling sites.

Or, Issaquah Highlands and Sammamish residents can wait until Jan. 7, as a local Boy Scout troop collects Christmas trees for a fundraiser.

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