(WLNS) – Christmas has come and gone and now it’s time to take down the tree. If you have a live cut tree there are some options, depending upon where you live, for disposing of the tree.
The City of Lansing will collect holiday trees beginning the week of December 29th and continue through the week of January 5, 2015.
Trees should be placed curbside on the same day that blue trash bags, blue trash carts and green recycling carts are collected. They should be free of plastic bags, metal, and ornaments. TREES 6-FEET IN LENGTH OR LONGER MUST BE CUT IN HALF. To assist in the collection process in the event of snow, residents are encouraged to place holiday trees on top of snow banks, and to remove as much snow as possible from the trees so City drivers can see them.
For more information, contact Capital Area Recycling & Trash at 517/483-4400 or email@example.com or visit http://www.lansingrecycles.com
In East Lansing curbside collection of trees will take place on Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. Advance phone request and stickers are not required. A number of drop-off locations are available through Jan. 9, 2015. Those drop-off locations are:
Patriarche Park- parking lot on Alton Road
Emerson Park – Arbor Drive entrance
Fine Park – parking lot on Winchester Drive
Valley Court Park – South of the Community Center
White Memorial Park – parking lot at Pebblebrook Lane
In Charlotte the city will begin curbside pick-up beginning Monday, January 5. All decorations must be removed and the trees cannot be in plastic bags.
Granger customers can place their live-cut trees next to their Curby Cart on the regular trash pick-up day during the week of January 5. Customers will be charged $7.50 per tree or section of tree. Trees or sections of trees must be no longer than four feet. Granger customers can also haul their trees to the Granger Disposal Center at 16500 Wood Road Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to n3 p.m. or Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon. The cost to drop off a tree there is $4.50 per tree or section of tree.