*UPDATE* Christmas Tree Disposal 2021: How to eat your Christmas Tree (or choose the traditional disposal route)

UPDATE:
There is a new cookbook out called How To Eat your Christmas Tree.
So, yes, you can drop off your tree for mulching, or you can set it at the curb on the designated day, OR you could eat that delicious tree!!!!!!!!
MMMMMMMmmmmmmmmtreeeeeee

"How to Eat Your Christmas Tree is a cookbook brought to you from the sold-out supper club of the same name, which explores the unsung edible heroes of our forests – the humble Christmas trees and their evergreen friends! As well as recipes for cooking with pine, fir and spruce this book also encourages reflection around food waste and resourcefulness in an age of deforestation and climate crisis and asks how we might be able to celebrate nature in an alternative way."


City of Dieppe Christmas Tree Pickup Schedule:
-- Tree pickup is on your usual trash pickup day during the week of Jan 11th, 2021
* Trees must not be frozen in the snow bank and be free of tinsel and ornaments
* If there's  a storm, check your Trash Status© www.dieppe.ca/cancellationinfo
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Town of Riverview Christmas Tree Plan© 2021:
-- Tree pickup is on your usual trash pickup day during the week of Jan 11th, 2021.
* Please ensure that all decorations are removed from the tree (they have to say this because somebody somewhere refused to undecorate their tree begore tossing it out.)
* Your tree might get picked up a few days late because: busy
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City of Moncton Christmas Tree Disposal Unit Info:
-- Tree pickup is on your usual trash pickup day during the week of Jan 4th, 2021.
Until the end of January you also can drop off your tree at Mapleton Park parking lot (Gorge Road entrance), Crossman Kay Arena parking lot, Ball Field off Crowley Farm Rd, Former Dud James Arena parking lot, and Moncton Coliseum parking lot

The Future of Tree Disposal (artist rendering)

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