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Christmas Tree Recycling Near Me 2023: Philadelphia Delaware Turns Christmas Trees Into Mulch

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — If you’re ready to toss that Christmas tree, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control encourages you to recycle your tree.

Not only does recycling Christmas trees save valuable landfill space, but they can also be turned into mulch or compost.


The Philadelphia Department of Streets has a Christmas tree recycling program in which you can bring your Christmas tree to one of their designated drop-off locations around the city. The program runs from January 2 to 13, but your tree must be untied and have no decorations.

Click here for drop-off locations

Several community groups also accept Christmas trees for recycling.

See the list of communities here

If you are unable to bring your tree to one of the locations, a few groups offer pickup services for a fee.


You can recycle your Christmas tree for free during Delaware’s TreeCycle event on January 6. Delaware Natural Resources and Environmental Control partners with the Delaware Center for Horticulture to keep Christmas trees working for the environment.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the DCH parking lot located at 1810 North Dupont Street in Wilmington. There will be a chipper on site to produce wood chips that will be used in the DCH gardens and other Wilmington public landscapes.

Commercial yard waste sites are also available throughout Delaware for residents to recycle their Christmas trees. Some places accept trees at no charge, while others charge for the service.

Check the DNREC website for a list of yard waste drop-off sites.

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