Christmas tree pick-up around the West-Island 2017

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Senneville, Pointe-Claire, Beaconsfield, Natural Christmas tree collection, recycling, Rhonda Massad, West Island Blog, sustainable develpoment

This list contains information and rules regarding natural Christmas Tree pick up for some West Island Cities.  Most cities offer pick up in January,  Beaconsfield does not offer any pick up service until the first spring green pick up – you are asked to bring your used to tree to a local park if you would like to dispose of your tree promptly after the holidays.  Dollard des Ormeaux will use some of the trees to provide a wind break for outdoor rinks while Senneville will use the nicest ones to decorate for their Winter Carnival.

Here is a list of dos and don’ts in several of the West Island cities, we do our best to provide accurate information, please consult your city for any changes:

Dollard des ormeaux

Christmas trees will be collected on Wednesdays, January 4, 11 and 18. The collection will continue on Thursdays and Fridays, if necessary.

Beaconsfield

You can recycle your Christmas tree as of the second week of January. Remove the lights, decorations and garlands and bring it to Public Works at 300, Beaurepaire or a designated park chalet near you. 

Sainte Anne de Bellevue

On January 9th and 16th, 2017, the City offers a special pick-up service for natural Christmas trees.

This program is consistent with the Town’s sustainable development efforts by reducing the volume of waste sent to landfill sites.

Steps to follow:

Trees must be free of decorations (including hooks and icicles).

Trees must be placed at curbside (not in the snow).

Trees must not obstruct the sidewalk.

City of Pointe-Claire

Christmas trees are collected on Monday, January 9, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

All natural trees are accepted (fir, pine, spruce, birch). By participating in this collection, you ensure that your tree will be converted into wood chips or compost instead of ending up in a landfill site.

A few rules:

Trunk diameter must not exceed 13 centimetres (5 inches).

Tree height must not exceed 2.5 metres (8 feet).

Decorations must be removed.

Trees must be placed horizontally at curbside (not upright in the snow).

Kirkland

Pick-up : January 9 to 16, 2017

Every year after the Christmas holidays, a special pick-up is scheduled in January for natural Christmas trees.

Steps to follow:

Trees must be free of decorations (including hooks and icicles).

Trees must be placed at curbside (not in the snow).

Trees must not obstruct the sidewalk.

Dorval

After the Holiday Season, the City offers special pickups to collect Christmas trees placed in front of your house, by the curb (not IN the street). In order for a tree to be picked up, all lights, decorations, and nails must be removed. Read all the details in the City’s publications at that time of the year.

Information: (514) 633-4046

Baie D’Urfe

Please leave your Christmas trees, decoration‐free, by the roadside between Monday January 4 and Thursday January 7, 2016 inclusively. The trees will be collected and chipped to be used in our parks. For more information, please contact the Public Works department at 514 457‑2877.

Senneville

The Village of Senneville invites you to dispose of your Christmas tree in an ecological way.

Deposit your tree at the curb after having removed all the decorations.

Our Public Works department will drive through the streets of Senneville to collect the trees and the nicest ones will be installed to embellish Senneville Park for its annual Winter Carnival.

At the end of the event, the trees will be shredded into wood chips that will be used in turn by the Village of Senneville or its citizens.

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