Scott Leaf REALTOR® - Maple Ridge, Pitt Lake, Coquitlam & Port Coquitlam Real Estate: Maple Ridge Christmas Tree Recycling (Chipping) January 2009

Maple Ridge Christmas Tree Recycling (Chipping) January 2009

Christmas Tree ChippingWell as the Christmas season winds down in Maple Ridge the inevitable question of "What do I do with my Christmas Tree?" comes to mind.

Somehow you managed to get it to your home so if you can some how manage to get it back in or on your land cruiser disposal of your tree is a breeze!  Even if you can't or don't want to put the needle shedding now unloved dead conifer in your vehicle, pick up is available.

The 2009 Maple Ridge Christmas Tree Recycling Schedule for Maple Ridge:

Ridge Meadows Search & Rescue Building

23598 105th Avenue (Beside Planet Ice)

Jan 3rd & 4th and Jan 10th & 11th from 9:00am - 4:00pm

P/U Service by First Haney Rovers.Min $10.00 donation

 w/proceeds split between

Ridge Meadows Search andRescue and First Haney  Rovers.

Call 604-244-2850 to arrange pickup.

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Maple Ridge Transfer Station/SSG Holdings

10092 236TH Street

M 8:00am-5:00pm, Tu-W10:00am-7:00pm,Th-Sa8:00am-5:00pm, Sun 10:00am-5:00pm

Trees will be recycled as yard waste, but the regular tipping fee applies ($69/tonne) - 1 tree is approx $3

So come on down to the Albion Real Estate neighborhood, where both these facilities are located and get that Maple Ridge Christmas tree chipped and turned into friendly mulch and keep it out of a landfill this year.

Scott Leaf Real Estate Marketing & Associates

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Comments

In our area the Boy Scouts come around and pick up the trees right at our doorstep. How cool is that??!!

Posted by Cecily Parks (iMove Group, Knipe Realty NW, Inc.) almost 9 years ago

Hi Cecily:  The Rovers are Boy Scouts, the oldest ones.  Ack its snowing here again, we have had more snow days then I can remember this Winter.

Posted by Scott Leaf Personal Real Estate Corporation, Scott Leaf & Associates Real Estate Team (Keller Williams Elite Realty, Port Coquitlam, BC) almost 9 years ago

Scott, What a great way to promote recycling! Our community falls a little short on our recycling program but we are working on it. Great post,

Posted by Barb Szabo, CRS, E-pro Realtor, Cleveland Ohio Homes (RE/MAX Trinity Brecksville Ohio) almost 9 years ago

Great information for local residents.  Thanks for sharing the idea.

Posted by Marjorie Taylor, New Homes in St. Augustine Florida (Riverside Homes) almost 9 years ago

I did the same post this AM!! How funny.  Thought I would see what your title was all about.  Love it!! KM

Posted by Kristin Moran, San Antonio,TX - Real Estate - 210-313-7397 (Owner - RE/MAX Access - KristinMoran@Remax.net) almost 9 years ago

I saw an ad in the local briefings newspaper I think, that described an ambitious lady who likes to paint. She collects the trees -3-400 a year and has them sliced into 1/2 in rounds-then paints them with festive iconic scenes to be used for christmas ornements and she is selling the at boutiques! For those in a creative frame of mind you might want to try a pass at this. One tiny hole for the festive ribbon, a bit of paint and what a cool idea for next years giveways!

Have a fabulous 2009.

 

Posted by Doris Barnett-214-236-2908 cell/txt, Real Estate Consultant: Ask for your Better Biz (Consultant ) almost 9 years ago

Doris:  wow 300-400 Chrismas trees a year!? that would be a tough sell, I think I'd rather take on a destroyed rental :)

Posted by Scott Leaf Personal Real Estate Corporation, Scott Leaf & Associates Real Estate Team (Keller Williams Elite Realty, Port Coquitlam, BC) almost 9 years ago

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