Christmas tree recycling centers set up throughout Middle Tenn. - WKRN News 2

Christmas tree recycling centers set up throughout Middle Tenn.

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Several places in Davidson County and throughout Middle Tennessee began recycling live Christmas trees Thursday.

In Davidson County, 11 sites have been set up for residents to drop off their trees including Cane Ridge Park, Two Rivers Park, Joelton Community Park, Sevier Park, Edwin Warner Park, Una Recreation Center, Whitfield Park, Cedar Hill Park, Richland Park, Elmington Park and Lakewood City Hall.

Trees can be dropped off in Davidson County through February 6.

The city of La Vergne will also accept live Christmas trees until January 31 at a parking lot next to the Public Works Department off Waldron Road.

The recycled trees will be used for mulch.

All trees must be clear of ornaments and lights before being dropped off.

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