Cherry Hill Makes It Easy For Residents To Get Rid Of Christmas TreesCherry Hill Township has a number of ways to recycle that tree, old Christmas lights that don't work, even all those cardboard boxes that have accumulated.
City Announces Dates For Annual Tree Recycling ProgramThe program will begin on Monday, January 5th and run through Saturday, January 17th.
Philadelphia’s Christmas Tree Recycling Program Begins Jan. 6Philadelphia residents can start dropping off their Christmas trees for recycling on Monday, January 6th.
Blog: Uber & Home Depot to Deliver Xmas Trees Thursday
Chauffeuring App 'Uber' Offers Christmas Tree Deliveries on ThursdayFor a total of $135, a netted Frazer Fir, seven to eight feet tall and fixed with a stand, will be delivered from Home Depot to your door.
Some Evergreens Are NotThey may look like Christmas trees, but 'deciduous conifers' don't stay ever green through the winter.
Dreaming Of A Green ChristmasThis holiday season, deck the halls with green decor, re-purposed wrapping paper and LED Christmas lights.
Recycling Your Christmas TreeAs the New Year turns, many real Christmas trees will soon find a second life as garden mulch thanks to community recycling programs. You can also recycle your tree yourself at home. Here are a few tips.
Philadelphia Encouraging Residents To Bring Trees In For RecyclingThe Streets Department says it is offering an environmentally friendly alternative for the disposal of your Christmas tree after the holidays.
Making The Most Of Christmas Tree ExtrasI always like to get one that has extra branches at the bottom that we'll need to cut off for it to fit in the tree stand. That's because branches are great for decorating and spreading that Christmas-tree scent around the house.
The Real Challenges Of A Real Christmas TreeTwo things are true - real Christmas trees are thirsty and they're sticky. Here are two real solutions to keep your tree fresh and your hands clean.
Ecology Expert Says A Real Christmas Tree is the Way To Go"It sounds a little counterintuitive because you hear us greenies tell you all the time, 'reusable this, reusable that,' " notes a Sierra Club editor.