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Culver City residents with curbside recycling service may place their cut-up tree in their yard waste collection container. Please remove tinsel, ornaments, and stands from the tree.
If you live outside Culver City limits you should call the City of Los Angeles Christmas Tree Recycling Hotline: (800) 5-TREE-56 for information about recycling in your neighborhood. Or try calling the Refuse and Recycling Customer Service Office at (310) 253-6400.
Christmas Tree Recycling Program
The City of LA Bureau of Sanitation has CURBSIDE collection for Christmas trees. If your Christmas tree is too big to cut and place it inside the green waste bin, simply place the tree next to your green waste bin on collection day.
Using your green bin to recycle Christmas tree?
|Multi-Family Residential Recycling
Program Participation (MFRRP)
Residents of multifamily buildings are requested to place their Christmas trees at the curbside on the day of collection by the Bureau of Sanitation. Please remove all ornaments, decorations, tinsels, and stand from tree.
Visit the City website at www.lacity.org for collection day information
Recreation and Park locations
and participating Fire Stations
Recreation & Park and Fire Station locations will accept Christmas trees for ONE DAY ONLY (see date and time below). Some locations will not be open. Check the listing on this page. There will be NO giveaways and we will NOT be accepting holiday wrapping and packaging material at sites. Please remove all ornaments, decorations, tinsels, and stand from tree.
Drop-off Date and Time
Sunday, January 6, 2013 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
At Griffith Park, Junction Of
Golden State (5) & Ventura (134) Frwys
LA Zoo parking lot
Rancho Cienega Recreation Center
5001 Rodeo Road
Balboa Sports Center
17015 Burbank Boulevard
Harbor Regional Park
25820 Vermont Avenue
Cheviot Hills Recreation Center
2551 Motor Avenue
8651 Foothill Boulevard
Westchester Municipal Building
7166 West Manchester Avenue
FIRE STATION #21
1192 E. 51st Street, 90011-Avalon
FIRE STATION #28
11641 Corbin Ave., 91326-Northridge
FIRE STATION #29
4029 W. Wilshire Bl., 90010-Los Angeles
FIRE STATION #44
1410 Cypress Ave., 90065-Cypress Park
FIRE STATION #63
1930 Shell Ave., 90291-Venice
FIRE STATION #64
10811 S. Main Street, 90061-South Los Angeles
FIRE STATION #65
1801 E. Century Bl., 90002-Watts
FIRE STATION #71
107 S. Beverly Glen Bl., 90024-Los Angeles
FIRE STATION #77
9224 Sunland Bl., 91352- Sun Valley
FIRE STATION #82
1800 N. Bronson Ave., 90028-Hollywood (Northeast)
FIRE STATION #88
5101 N. Sepulveda Bl., 91403-Sherman Oaks
FIRE STATION #94
4470 Coliseum St., 90016-Crenshaw District
FIRE STATION #106
23004 Roscoe Bl., 91304-West Hills
FIRE STATION #108
It kinda depends on your relationship with your garbage person. The advisory from the public works department definitely indicates that you put it in your yard wast collection container -- as opposed to just setting it on the curb. I would advise you to at least try to cut it in half before you jam it in the green can.
How much do you have to cut it up? You can't just put it on the curb?
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