Christmas Tree Recycle: What To Do With Your Tree After The Holidays

After the holidays, you may be wondering about what to do with your Christmas tree. It can’t stay in your house, it’s a fire hazard and takes up quite a bit of room. You don’t want to throw it away with the regular trash to fill up the landfill either. So what can an environmentally-conscious person do with their trees after the holidays? Tree recycling is probably available in your area.

I stepped outside again, and through the haze of sawdust, saw four hazy figures planted in lawn chairs on the opposite side of the street. I brushed off my glasses thinking I was hallucinating, but there they sat. Four grown women lined up watching the felling of a tree.

And they also had a gigantic pile of wood chippings (all the branches that are chipped and collected and hauled away). The pile when I first visited was about 20 feet high, and about 40 feet wide!! Just huge. And the wood was chipped into much smaller pieces then I imagined. So I bagged up a lot of that too.

Juicing for health. Let’s examine that phrase for a second. I mean, why do we juice? Is it because we love the sound of our wonderful counter top machines? No. (some cheap juicers sound like muscle cars with broken mufflers) Is it because we love to see veggies and fruits getting sliced and diced like wood in a wood chipper Suppliers? No, although it really does look kinda cool during the first few weeks.:). Is it for the taste? Possibly, but the truth is any supermarket juice can taste great as well, and buying a jug of store bought OJ is perhaps easier than making your own. So in truth, aside from the taste, pretty much the only good reason for adopting a juicing lifestyle is because we seek the many health benefits from the creations we make in our wonderful machines.

In the days leading up to the Fire’s season opener, I’ll be bringing you a preseason training regimen for fans, so that you’ll be match fit and ready by April 5th.

Recycled trees obviously won’t be decorated the following year, but there are plenty of uses for them. Because trees are biodegradable, they can be used for many purposes.

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