If you are looking for a place to recycle your live Christmas tree, Franklin County might have a solution for you.
Where Can I Get Rid Of My Christmas Tree In The Tri-Cities?
Live Christmas trees can sometimes be a pain to get rid of but if you are looking for a free solution that helps the environment, Franklin County has opened up its free recycling center.
Where Can I Recycle My Christmas Tree In The Tri-Cities?
If you haven't used the service before, it's easy and it's free. Pasco Recreation Services posted details about the recycling center.
Is There A Free Christmas Tree Removal In The Tri-Cities?
Pasco Recreation Services posted these details about the free recycling center:
The annual Franklin Co. Solid Waste tree recycling is now open at Big Cross. You can now start recycling your "LIVE/DEAD" Christmas trees and other similar-sized trees and branches.
Please remember to remove all lights, ornaments, and any other objects that are not natural material. The trees will be chipped and used on the Big Cross trails and disc golf course
**Look for the signs, off Rd. 36 just North of Argent**
If you've been looking for a free solution for getting rid of your live Christmas, Franklin County's recycling center is now open.
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