Jessa Zavala of Pasco undoes the straps holding his family’s Christmas tree to the roof of his late-model Toyota sedan Monday at the recycling drop-off site on Road 36 just north of Argent Street in Pasco. The trees, which need to be cleaned of all ornament and tinsel, will be chipped and spread on the running paths of the Tri-Cities Cross Country Running Course. The free recycling program, which runs through Jan. 17, is sponsored by Franklin County, BDI and the Department of Ecology. For more information, call 509-545-3551.
Jessa Zavala of Pasco undoes the straps holding his family’s Christmas tree to the roof of his late-model Toyota sedan Monday at the recycling drop-off site on Road 36 just north of Argent Street in Pasco. The trees, which need to be cleaned of all ornament and tinsel, will be chipped and spread on the running paths of the Tri-Cities Cross Country Running Course. The free recycling program, which runs through Jan. 17, is sponsored by Franklin County, BDI and the Department of Ecology. For more information, call 509-545-3551. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Jessa Zavala of Pasco undoes the straps holding his family’s Christmas tree to the roof of his late-model Toyota sedan Monday at the recycling drop-off site on Road 36 just north of Argent Street in Pasco. The trees, which need to be cleaned of all ornament and tinsel, will be chipped and spread on the running paths of the Tri-Cities Cross Country Running Course. The free recycling program, which runs through Jan. 17, is sponsored by Franklin County, BDI and the Department of Ecology. For more information, call 509-545-3551. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Christmas tree recycling program under way in Pasco

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