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Event date: 12/26/2022 - 1/12/2023 Export event
Christmas Tree Drop-off Sites Open Boxing Day

Christmas Tree Drop-off Sites Open Boxing Day

Also you are not allowed to recycle Christmas wrapping paper

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  December 25, 2022 (LSNews)   – Each year, the City of Thunder Bay offers a Christmas tree chipping program from Boxing Day to January 12

Fresh-cut Christmas trees can be dropped off at several locations across the city, where they will be collected, chipped and added to the compost pile at the City's landfill. In the spring, when the compost is mature, it is provided to residents free of charge to enrich flower gardens and lawns.

Fresh-cut Christmas trees can be dropped off at several locations across the city, where they will be collected, chipped and added to the compost pile at the City's landfill. In the spring, when the compost is mature, it is provided to residents free of charge to enrich flower gardens and lawns.

Christmas Gift Wrap will not be  Recycled:

Thunder Bay residents are reminded that brightly coloured and/or foil wrapping paper cannot be recycled because of its high ink content.

North drop-off locations:

  • Brent Park (Balsam Street at Margaret Street)
  • County Park Tennis Courts (County Boulevard)
  • Grandview Arena (Westminster United Church parking lot off Madeline Street)
  • John Jumbo Recreation Centre (Toivo Street)
  • Strathcona Golf Course (500 Hodder Avenue)

South drop-off locations:

  • Delaney Arena (Legion Track Drive)
  • Kinsmen Northwood Centre (609 N James Street)
  • Westfort Playing Field (Off Neebing Avenue)
  • West Thunder Community Centre (915 S Edward Street)

Residents are asked to ensure that all ornaments and tinsel have been removed from trees before they are dropped off. If a plastic bag is used to transport the tree to the recycling site, it also must be removed.

Trees cannot be left at recycling depots or put out for curbside collection. 

For more information, call the City’s Dispatch at 625-2195 or visit thunderbay.ca/christmas

 

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