Workers feed Christmas trees into a wood chipper on Lady's Island in January. Instead of turning Christmas trees into mulch this year, Beaufort County's tree-recycling program will send them to Evergreen Recycling to be converted to biomass fuel, the county's recycling coordinator said.
Workers feed Christmas trees into a wood chipper on Lady's Island in January. Instead of turning Christmas trees into mulch this year, Beaufort County's tree-recycling program will send them to Evergreen Recycling to be converted to biomass fuel, the county's recycling coordinator said. Staff file photo
Workers feed Christmas trees into a wood chipper on Lady's Island in January. Instead of turning Christmas trees into mulch this year, Beaufort County's tree-recycling program will send them to Evergreen Recycling to be converted to biomass fuel, the county's recycling coordinator said. Staff file photo

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