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Where you can recycle your Christmas tree in Hall County
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Hall County’s Bring One for the Chipper program, which recycles undecorated Christmas trees for use as mulch, has returned this year, with several drop-off locations countywide.

Hall County’s 12 compactor sites and the Hall County Recycling Center will be receiving trees through Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2021. 

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  • Candler Compactor - 5064 Poplar Springs Road, Gainesville

  • Murrayville Compactor - 5113 Thompson Bridge Road, Gainesville

  • Lula Compactor - 6174 Lula Road, Lula

  • Wauka Mountain Compactor - 5800 Brookton-Lula Road, Gainesville

  • Sardis Road Compactor - 3166 Brackett Drive, Gainesville

  • East Crescent Drive Compactor - 734 East Crescent Drive, Gainesville

  • Gould Lane Compactor - 1277 Hillside Gardens Lane, Gainesville

  • Tadmore Compactor - 3320 Holly Springs Road, Gainesville       

  • Balus Creek Compactor - 3845 Old Flowery Branch Road, Flowery Branch

  • Blackshear Place Compactor - 2921 Atlanta Highway, Gainesville

  • Flowery Branch Compactor - 4395 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch

  • Gaines Ferry Compactor - 6173 Gaines Ferry Road, Flowery Branch

  • Hall County Recycling Center- 1008 Chestnut St., Gainesville

City of Gainesville residents and city of Flowery Branch residents can leave their trees curbside. Oakwood residents can drop their trees in the vacant lot at the corner of Allen and Railroad Streets through Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021.

Trees should be undecorated when they are dropped off, and artificial trees will not be accepted.

Mulch from the trees will be available at the Hall County Landfill,1700 Oakbrook Drive in Gainesville, free of charge Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., beginning Jan. 4, 2021.