Now that the Christmas holiday has passed, many New Yorkers are left guessing when and where they can recycle their Christmas tree(s). According to the Department of Sanitation in New York City website, the city will collect Christmas trees for recycling Monday, December 30 through Wednesday, January 15, 2014 (http://www.nyc.gov/html/dsny/html/collection/xtrcol05.shtml). They simply ask that all decorations such as tinsel, ribbons, lights, stands, etc., are removed prior to placing the tree on the curb for pickup.
For those in need of mass Christmas tree chipping, you can call Clearview Tree and Land. We understand that some floral shops and/or churches may have NOT been able to sell their full stock, therefore, are in need of a tree company to chip the remaining trees. We have newly purchased chippers that are sure to get the job done. Once the trees are chipped, the owner is also welcome to keeping some of the chips for mulch/ gardening purposes.
Call the #1 New York City tree service, Clearview Tree and Land Corp. (888) 808-4777.