Learn How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Posted at 4:12 PM, Dec 26, 2015

For anyone looking to get rid of their Christmas tree, a couple of recycling programs have been planned.

Metro Nashville has been set to offer their own Christmas Tree Recycling Program from December 28 to February 15.

They will be using the trees for mulch at the Bordeaux Mulching Facility.

Trees can be dropped off at the following locations in Davidson County:

  • Cane Ridge Park
  • Una Recreation Center
  • Whitfield Park
  • Cedar Hill Park
  • Two Rivers Park
  • Joelton Community Center
  • Sevier Park
  • Richland Park
  • Elmington Park
  • Edwin Warner Park
  • Lakewood City Hall

For more information on Metro's program, click here.

Also, the Radnor Lake State Natural Area started taking real Christmas tree donations Saturday for their recycling program.

The trees will be chipped and turned into mulch to be used on the trail system there.

The program came with a few guidelines though: The trees can't have any nails, bolts, wires, or chemicals in them, and all decorations must be removed.

They will be taking donations every day of the week from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. until January 31. To learn more, click here.