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Re: Things to do with Discarded Christmas Trees. . .


As the landfill in Staten Island is closed, and much of NYC's garbage is 
being exported to municipalities throughout the country looking for short 
term cash, even Mr. Giuliani's NY has to recycle something.

The Dept of sanitation collects de-tinselled X-mas trees and chipper shreds 
them for mulch for the Park's Dept. The mystery is how they fit the 
Rockefeller Center Tree in their trucks...

Happy holidays,

Adam Honigman

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