Looking for West Seattle Christmas-tree-recycling info? 2 reminders

We noticed “West Seattle Christmas tree recycling” is the most popular Google query pointing people to WSB this afternoon, so we’ll repeat the information we published last weekend: If you’re deciding what to do with your tree now that the holiday season is ending (yes, we know, the Epiphany is yet to come), you have three main options here. First, curbside pickup continues through January 9th, as long as you follow the city rules (and if you live in a multifamily building, your rules may vary). Second, you can take it to the transfer station, slightly different rules. Third, you can take it to the Rainbow Girls‘ fundraising tree dropoff event one week from today, 9 am-2 pm Saturday, January 8, in The Junction – details here, along with one bonus: How to recycle your old holiday lights, working or not!

3 Replies to "Looking for West Seattle Christmas-tree-recycling info? 2 reminders"

  • Megs January 1, 2011 (6:46 pm)

    If you live in Highpoint you can bring your tree to Graham and 34th and place it up against the fence. We were informed by our HOA that they will use the trees as mulch for the open spaces in Highpoint.

  • leslie p January 3, 2011 (7:26 am)

    Much appreciated! thank you so much and will spread the word!

  • Rusty January 6, 2011 (3:11 pm)

    Is there a time limit on how long we can leave them against the fence. I’ve been outta town so looking to get rid of my tree now.

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