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Save tree from cold, dark grave

Don't send Xmas fir to dump, recycle it

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Christmas trees are being recycled into wood chips at 11 Let's Chip In depots in Winnipeg. Residents can drop off their trees at no cost until Jan. 20, 2013.

All tinsel, decorations, plastic bags and tree stands should be removed before they are dropped off. Residents are welcome to bring a container and help themselves to free wood chips that are available at all depots, while quantities last.

City residents are reminded that trees placed beside recycling or garbage carts will not be collected.

Last season, Winnipeggers recycled 15,000 trees. Let's Chip In depots provide opportunities to recycle Christmas trees instead of sending them to landfills.

Depot locations:

-- Charleswood Centre

24-hour access

3900 Grant Ave.

(Southwest corner of the Safeway parking lot, along Haney Street)

-- Kildonan Park

7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

2015 Main St.

(Rainbow Stage parking lot)

-- Kilcona Park

7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Lagimodiere Boulevard and McIvor Avenue (In the off-leash dog park parking lot)

-- Whittier Park

24-hour access

178 Messager St.

(access off St. Joseph Street)

-- St. James Civic Centre

24-hour access

2055 Ness Ave.

(Northwest corner parking lot)

-- Fire Hall No. 17

7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

1501 Church Ave., at Sheppard Street

-- Vimy Arena

24-hour access

255 Hamilton Ave., at Vimy Road

-- St. Vital Park

8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

190 River Rd.

(South parking lot)

-- Transcona

24-hour access

Chrislind Street and Ravelston Avenue

-- King's Park

8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

198 King's Dr.

(South parking lot)

-- Winnipeg Soccer Complex

24-hour access

900 Waverley St., at Victor Lewis Drive

There are no longer depots at Assiniboine Park Zoo and Pan Am Pool.

Depot locations can also be found on the City of Winnipeg's website at: http://winnipeg.ca/waterandwaste/recycle/chip.stm

Residents can also contact 311, or email 311@winnipeg.ca for more information.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 28, 2012 B2

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