Christmas tree recycling available for Del Mar residents

Coast Waste/Waste Management customers may place trees curb side on their regular collection day at no extra charge — from now through Friday, Jan. 13. Trimmings/stand must be removed and large trees should be cut in half. Trees can also be dropped off at the recycling container at the Del Mar Public Works Yard (2240 Jimmy Durante Boulevard) during the same time frame for customers who live in multi-family units that do not have curbside service.

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