(Lewisville) Recycling Christmas trees helps to reduce waste, extend landfill life, provides useful compost and saves money. Through Wednesday, Jan. 18, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the Lewisville Lake Park soccer fields (near Lake Park Road and North Mill Street) to be recycled into mulch.
Trees must be stripped of all nails, wire, ornaments, lights and tinsel prior to being dropped off. Free mulch will be available at the dropoff site between Dec. 30 and Jan 18, suitable for use in yards, gardens and flower beds, walkways, around trees and shrubs or for livestock bedding.
The program is sponsored by Keep Lewisville Beautiful and the City of Lewisville’s Parks and Leisure Services.
For more information, call KLB at 972-538-5949 or PALS at 972-219-3550.
Keep Lewisville Beautiful is the preeminent environmental organization in Lewisville, committed to empowering Lewisville residents through education to take greater responsibility for enhancing their local environment. KLB is an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep American Beautiful.
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