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Rockville Collects Christmas Trees for Recycling
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Rockville Collects Christmas Trees for Recycling

 

The following information was sent to us by Marylou Berg:

 

Rockville's Department of Public Works will collect Christmas trees as part of its regular recycling collection. The trees will be taken to the Montgomery County Recycling Center, where they will become mulch.


Residents should place cut trees at the curb for pick up on regular recycling days, and they should also remove all ornaments and metals, wires, stands and decorations, including tinsel. Trees should not be bagged.


Unwanted artificial trees should be dismantled and placed in the gray refuse cart for regular weekly collection. Artificial trees that are too large to fit in the cart can be collected by appointment as part of the six bulk collections per year or taken to the Montgomery County Transfer Station.  
 

For more information on recycling and refuse service, or Christmas tree collection or to make a bulk collection appointment, call 240-314-8568. The mulch at the Recycling Center is available year-round and can be picked up, for free, at the center, next to the transfer station at 16105 Frederick Road.

 

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