Hall Co. wants your Christmas tree… if it’s not an artificial one

When do you take your Christmas tree? The day after the big day, with a week, mid-January? Well, assuming you have a “live” one and have no other plans for it, such as a fish or bird habitat, and you can meet the deadline, Hall County would like to have it.

The county is again participating in Keep Georgia Beautiful’s “Bring One for the Chipper” program.

Hall County’s 12 compactor sites and the Hall County Recycling Center on Chestnut Street will accept trees through Jan. 8. Trees will be turned into mulch, which is available to Hall residents at the Hall County Landfill, free of charge, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

“This initiative not only serves as a way to turn discarded Christmas trees into a great resource for County residents, but it also keeps the trees from taking up valuable space at the Hall County Landfill,” Hall County Resource Recovery Supervisor Bobby Purdum said.

Trees should be undecorated when dropped off. No artificial trees will be accepted.

For more information, contact Hall County Resource Recovery at 770-535-8284.

Outside Hall County? To find the drop-off location nearest you, click here: 2024 Bring One for the Chipper Locations by County – Google Sheets