Want to know where to recycle your Christmas tree after the holidays are over?

Here’s a county-by-county list of locations where and when your tree can be shredded into mulch through the Bring One for the Chipper program (Jan. 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.):

Bartow: 18 locations (12 recycling collection center sites and six Allatoona Lake locations)

DeKalb: Chamblee – Chamblee Public Works Department (3210 Cumberland Drive); the DeKalb County Sanitation Division is offering free Christmas tree curbside collection service for county residents through Jan. 14. For more information, visit www.dekalbsanitation.com.

Douglas: Douglas County Solid Waste (1730 County Services Road, Douglasville); The Home Depot (1000 Thornton Road, Lithia Springs, and 7399 Douglas Blvd., Douglasville)

Fulton: Atlanta – The Home Depot (2525 Piedmont Road and 650 Ponce de Leon Place), Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (1110 Hill St.); Sandy Springs – Sandy Springs Recycling Center (470 Morgan Falls Road; accepting trees through Jan. 18) and The Home Depot (6400 Peachtree Dunwoody Road); Johns Creek – The Home Depot (5950 State Bridge Road; for more info on where to recycle your tree in Alpharetta, Milton or Roswell, visit https://bit.ly/2Ma71Qu).

Paulding: Dallas – Paulding County Airport (Airport Parkway); Hiram – The Home Depot (145 Depot Drive)

For more information or to view a list of all recycling sites, visit kgbf.org/bring-one-for-the-chipper.

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