Holidays are wrapping up, here’s how to properly get rid of holiday items
SALT LAKE CITY — Gift wrapping, bows, trees and everything else that make the holidays shine can be difficult to recycle. Mark Miller Subaru is making it easier for Utahns by accepting holiday gift wrapping to recycle them properly.
Those interested can drop them off from Dec. 26 -through Dec. 31, at either of Subaru’s Salt Lake City or Sandy dealerships. The collection bins are located at the front desk of both locations.
Looking to recycle wrapping paper, garlands, & other holiday trappings? Mark Miller Subaru is taking these items & more at the Midtown & South Towne locations. https://t.co/cooMwnGXrN
Blue bins accept wrapping paper WITHOUT glitter/metal. Ribbons, bows, etc., go in the trash. pic.twitter.com/RExZ0MmTEv
— Salt Lake City Green (@SLCgreen) December 26, 2022
Those looking to dispose of their live Christmas trees can drop them off at the Saratoga Fire Station from Dec. 26 to Jan. 9.
Live Christmas trees can be dropped off at the south Fire Station located at 2021 S Ring Rd from December 26 – January 9. This is for Live Christmas trees only. Please remove all ornaments and lights. More information including a map can be found at: https://t.co/WTAC92Bx84 pic.twitter.com/jLyb2leYn9
— Saratoga Springs UT (@saratogasprngut) December 26, 2022
For those keeping their trees up for longer, Salt Lake Fire Captain Shaun Mumedy offered some safety tips to keep in mind.
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If you want to get rid of your tree and aren’t near Saratoga, you can also check your city’s website for disposal locations.
Additionally, you can find a full list of holiday items that can be recycled in your blue bin here.
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