· Sign up for a tree pick-up service from a local youth organization or take your tree to a community drop-off site (donations sometimes requested). Check your local newspaper, or look for community notices, for opportunities.
· If you have curbside yard debris collection service from your garbage collector, check with the operator for instructions on when, where and how to leave your tree for pick up.
· Take your tree to a local compost facility (prices and hours vary). For more information about compost facilities in your area, go to the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Web site atfortress.wa.gov/ecy/recycle/.
· Chip your own tree and use it for compost or mulch in your yard.
· Take your tree to one of Snohomish County’s Recycling and Transfer Stations. Go to www.snoco.org/Departments/Public_Works/Divisions/SolidWaste/Facilities for locations. Charge is $5 per tree (effective Dec. 26 – March 31).