City will turn old Christmas trees into mulch

Residents can drop off trees at two locations in Baltimore

December 30, 2010|By Yeganeh June Torbati, The Baltimore Sun

The city's public works department will turn residents' old Christmas trees into mulch for the entire month of January at two locations in Baltimore.

Residents can take their trees to drop-off locations at 2840 Sisson Street and 701 Reedbird Avenue in Middle Branch/Reedbird Parks between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. If residents bring their own bags or containers, they can take away mulch for personal use in their gardens, city officials said.

Trees will also be picked up by public works employees between Jan. 4 and Jan. 28. The department will pick up trees on regularly scheduled trash days, and residents should place the trees where they normally place their trash for pick-up.

jtorbati@baltsun.com

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