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Frisco recycling drop-off center to accept trees

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORTS

Frisco-area residents may drop off their Christmas trees after the holiday at the Summit Recycling Project Frisco drop-off center. The town will not accept trees at the B-1 lot behind the Frisco Bay Marina sign this year. A portion of the trees will serve as fuel during the Spontaneous Combustion community bonfire on Saturday, Feb. 4. Those not set aside for the bonfire will be ground up at the county landfill for mulch or compost.The drop-off center accepts trees and wreaths beginning Tuesday, Dec. 27, through the end of February. Trees must be free of ornaments, lights, tinsel and bows. The center will have limited holiday hours. It will close at noon on Saturday, Dec. 24, remain closed on Dec. 25 and 26 and reopen Tuesday, Dec. 27 at 8 a.m.Breck tree recycling starts Dec. 27 The town of Breckenridge will also be collecting trees for recycling at the Wellington Road lot. Just follow the signs on Wellington Road to the tree drop-off location. Trees must be free from tinsel, ornaments and bows to be recycled. Some trees will be burned in community bonfires, but most will be chipped into mulch and composted at the Summit County Waste Facility. Call (970) 668-5703 with questions.


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