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Recycle your Christmas tree
BEAUMONT - So you're thinking about taking down the Christmas decorations, but what about the tree they were hanging on?
The City of Beaumont is offering a simple solution that's good for the environment-recycle your Christmas tree.
Every year the city offers three drop-off locations for live Christmas trees.
Beginning Monday, you can leave your tree at Rogers Park on Dowlen Road, Magnolia Park on Magnolia Avenue or Sprott Park on Usan Street.
The program runs through Friday, January 10.
It's important to remove all decorations and the tree stand. You can also place your tree by the curb and the city will pick it up on regular collection days. Don't bring your tree to the landfill.
The trees will be converted into mulch. If you want mulch for your yard, drop by the landfill, 4955 Laffin Road, any Saturday from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m.