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Where to rent a live Christmas tree in Houston

The biodegradable trees will be processed into mulch, packaged in bags and available for sale in local shops. They are also used to build new dunes along the coast.

HOUSTON. If your live Christmas tree has outlived its usefulness and you’re ready to toss it to the curb, there are several options for recycling it in Houston.

You can leave natural trees in two dozen City of Houston lots between now and January 31st.

The Department of Solid Waste Management requires that all lanterns, wire, tinsel, ornaments, coasters, and other non-organic materials be removed from the tree.

The trees will be converted as mulch and will be available from local retailers. They are also used to restore dunes along the coast.

Places for planting live trees

View Google Map of Christmas Tree Recycling Locations here.

Open daily, from 9:00 to 18:00

Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00.

Open from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 17:00. (Closed on Monday, January 17th)

Westpark Consumer Goods Recycling Center – 5900 Westpark

Open Monday to Friday from 7:00 to 17:00, Saturday from 7:00 to 12:00.

  • Living Earth – 5802 Crawford Rd.
  • Living Earth – 1503 Industrial Dr, Missouri City
  • Living Earth – 1700 Highway 90A East, Richmond
  • Living Earth – 12202 Cutten Road
  • Living Earth – 16138 Highway 6
  • Living Earth – 5210 S. Sam Houston Pkwy E
  • Living Earth – 27733 Katy Freeway, Katy TX
  • Living Earth – 10310 Beaumont Highway
  • Living Earth – 17555 I-45 South, Conroe, TX
  • Living Earth -20611 US Hwy 59, New Caney TX
  • Living Earth – 1000 FM 1266 Dickinson, TX
  • Living Earth – 9306 FM 523, Freeport, Texas

You can also dispose of live Christmas trees as part of the city’s curbside waste collection program on scheduled wood waste service days.

How to get rid of artificial trees

Flocked, artificial or painted trees are not recyclable. Artificial trees can be disposed of on the designated day of collection.

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