Recycling Ideas for Old Xmas Trees:

When the holiday season comes to an end there are many ways to upcycle and utilize the tree. If you live in an area where it is permitted the tree can be placed outside and left. Local wildlife will use it as a shelter from the winter wind and freezing temperatures. You may also use it for firewood to heat the house in winter or save it to use for summer bonfires. There are endless possibilities for use, and it does not have to end up in a landfill. Before recycling your tree in any way, it is extremely important to ensure it has not been treated either with fake snow or fire-retardant chemicals as these may be harmful to you or the animals. At Heritage Hill our trees are one hundred percent natural and can be recycled without worry. If you would like to share your ideas on how to utilize Christmas trees, please, visit our Facebook page and show us what you have done!  

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