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Christmas trees to be collected over the next two weeks

Corporation of Hamilton workers collect Christmas trees after the holiday season in 2019. Christmas trees will be collected from private homes over the next two weeks. (File photograph by Akil Simmons)

It’s time to take down the tree.

Christmas trees will be collected from people’s homes over the next two Saturdays.

Trees in Sandys, Southampton, Warwick and Paget and on Tee Street and Kent Avenue in Devonshire will be collected this Saturday, the Ministry of Public Works said.

Trees in St George’s, Hamilton Parish, Smith’s, Pembroke and all of Devonshire except Tee Street and Kent Avenue will be collected on Saturday, January 23.

Christmas trees should only be put out for collection on the assigned day.

To download the 2021 Garbage and Recycling Schedule, or for more waste management information, please visit the Bermuda Government’s Garbage and Recycling page. You may also join waste management on www.facebook.com/recyclebermuda

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Published January 12, 2021 at 5:35 pm (Updated January 12, 2021 at 5:33 pm)

Christmas trees to be collected over the next two weeks

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