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Sedgwick County Opens Up Christmas Tree Recycling Locations

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Rather than putting your Christmas tree on the curb, Sedgwick County is asking people to drop their tree off at one of 22 recycling locations. Trees brought to the recycling locations will be turned into mulch, which will be available for anyone to pick up and use.

Cindy Lee with Sedgwick County Environmental Services says there's really only one rule people need to follow.

"I can't stress enough how important it is to remind everybody to remove your lights and your ornaments," she says. "We can't mulch that up."

You can drop your tree off at any of the locations until January 23.

Wichita

Boston Park (6655 E. Zimmerly)

Buffalo Park (10209 Hardtner)

College Hill United Methodist Church (First and Erie)

Earhart Environmental Magnet School (4401 N. Arkansas)

Edgemoor Park (5815 E. Ninth St.)

Extension Education Center (7001 W. 21st St. North)

Great Plains Nature Center (6232 E. 29th St. North)

Old Cowtown Museum (1865 Museum Blvd.)

Osage Park (2121 W. 31st St. South)

South Linwood Park (Hydraulic and Mount Vernon)

Sedgwick County

Cheney (East South Avenue and Garfield)

Clearwater (Aquatic Center Parking lot)

Colwich (115 N. 3rd Street)

Derby (2801 E. James)

Garden Plain (at the Water Tower)

Goddard (Means Park)

Kechi (107 Sioux St.)

Maize (201 S. Park)

Mount Hope (400 S. Thomas)

Mulvane (117 E. Main St.)

Park City (6801 N. Hydraulic)

Valley Center (Veterans Park)

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