Add a little more green to your holiday season by recycling your live Christmas trees as part of the City’s residential yard waste composting program
Collection will take place each Monday in January. All decorations should be removed and trees placed at the curb, free of any wrapping or bags, by 7 a.m. on Mondays. If a tree is larger than 8 feet in length it must be cut in half before being placed at the curb.
Christmas trees can also be composted at home or used in the back yard in a variety of ways. The branches can be cut and used to cover perennial gardens, acting as extra protection from the cold weather. Trees can also provide wild birds and animals temporary perches or resting sites with extra protection from cold weather.
The City of Dublin is committed to providing its residents with comprehensive recycling and yard waste diversion programs to reduce and recycle our waste stream and increase environmental protection and awareness.
For details of the Christmas tree recycling program or the City’s recycling, yard waste diversion and composting programs, call 614.410.4750.
Rumpke Naughty & Nice Recycling List
The weeks leading up to Christmas are extra busy at Rumpke’s recycling centers. Their 10 recycling centers will see a 20 to 30 percent increase in the amount of material collected and processed. But remember, not everything St. Nick places under your tree is recyclable. Please take a moment to review our naughty and nice recycling list before tossing an item into your recycling container.
Foil wrapping paper
Whipped topping and butter tubs
Aluminum pie and roasting pans
Wrapping paper (not foil)
Gift bags (not foil)
Wrapping paper rolls (cardboard)
Christmas cards and envelopes
Newspapers and sales ads
Clean pizza boxes
Paperboard (like cracker boxes)
Plastic bottles and jugs
Aluminum and steel food and drink cans
Glass bottles and jars
Recycle it or Trash it?
For a complete list of what you can recycle in visit:
Upgrading? Recycle your e-waste at the Dublin Service Center, 6555 Shier-Rings Rd: