City begins curbside Christmas tree pickups

Authorities say all lights and ornaments must be removed before putting a tree out on the curb. Trees must not be in a plastic bag.

Curbside Christmas tree recycling is under way throughout the city.

Curbside Christmas tree recycling is under way throughout the city. (1/2/13)

BROOKLYN - Christmas tree removal and recycling across the borough officially began today.

Authorities say all lights and ornaments must be removed before putting a tree out on the curb. Trees must not be in a plastic bag.

The pickup program ends Jan. 12. Tree chips will be spread over New York City parks.

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