Your Neighbor in Real Estate: How to Recycle or Dispose of your Christmas Tree in Ventura, CA 2011

How to Recycle or Dispose of your Christmas Tree in Ventura, CA 2011

How to Recycle or Dispose of your Christmas Tree in Ventura, CA 2011

Christmas TreeIf your waste hauler is E.J. Harrison & Sons and you reside in the City of Ventura, it is easy for you to recycle your Christmas tree.

All you need to do is remove the ornaments, hooks, lights, tinsel, bows, nails and tree stand. Cut the tree into four-foot sections and place in your yard waste barrel on your scheduled pickup day. No ‘flocked’ trees allowed.

The recycled trees collected will be will processed into various sizes of mulch. The material is used by Agromin to make several products that benefit our Ventura County farmlands, orchards, nurseries and our own gardens.

This definitely a win~win situation. Please Recycle your Christmas Tree!


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Comment balloon 10 commentsSandy Acevedo • January 02 2012 12:34AM

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Hi Sandy,,,I think the same procedure applys here in Fullerton.....Happy New Year and thanks for sharing with us.

Posted by Ronald DiLalla, No. Orange Cty Real Estate (Century 21 Discovery DRE 01813824) almost 7 years ago

Sandy - Good local blog for those who want to recycle and dispose of the holiday tree. 

Posted by Laura Allen, Lake Tahoe - Truckee Real Estate for Sale www.TahoeLauraLuxuryHomes.com, Tahoe Real Estate Agent Helping Buyers and Sellers (Coldwell Banker, Tahoe City, CA (530) 414-1260) almost 7 years ago

Hi Ronald, Have a happy 2012 and thanks for stopping by .

 

Hi Laura, thanks, and have a great 2012!

Posted by Sandy Acevedo, RE/MAX Masters, Inland Empire Homes for Sale (951-290-8588) almost 7 years ago
Great post, Sandy! Around here people like to put them in the lake to attract fish. :))))
Posted by Joni Bailey, Your Huntsville / Lake Livingston Area REALTOR® (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services - Anderson Properties) almost 7 years ago

Joni, In the lake? Really? And the fish are attracted, why? Sorry so many questions, never heard of this before..Thanks for this news.

Posted by Sandy Acevedo, RE/MAX Masters, Inland Empire Homes for Sale (951-290-8588) almost 7 years ago

Sandy--Yes, dump trees into the lake.  They do that in Lake Erie and along the Gulf Coast, too. Also, helps to prevent erosion.

I have had an artificial tree for years, but had a real tree while growing up.  Love the smell of real tree.

BTW  Good market reports.

Posted by Mary Yonkers, Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor (Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate) almost 7 years ago

Hi Mary, I would think that it would damage the eco system. Thanks on the market report. I've been experimenting with different formats and it is hard to decide on one.

Posted by Sandy Acevedo, RE/MAX Masters, Inland Empire Homes for Sale (951-290-8588) almost 7 years ago

Good luck with market reports--choose the format that easy to do and stick with it until you find something you like better.  Mary

Posted by Mary Yonkers, Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor (Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate) almost 7 years ago

Hey Mary, tell me one that is easy to do and I will stick with it. LOL.  They do take some to do.

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