Christmas trees recycled in Middle Georgia

January 4, 2014 

Middle Georgians were able to recycle their Christmas trees at two events Saturday, the Great Christmas Tree Round-Up in Warner Robins and Bring One for the Chipper in Macon.

Bring One for the Chipper, sponsored by Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission and Georgia Power, gave people a place to bring their Christmas tree and get it recycled into mulch and receive a red bud or swamp chestnut oak seedling to plant.

People who recycled their Christmas tree at The Great Christmas Tree Round-Up, sponsored by Flint Energies, could receive a seedling. Trees were chipped into mulch and will be used by the city of Warner Robins.

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