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December 22, 2013 6:30 PM

Christmas tree recycling expands to 18 drop-off locations

Beaufort County's annual Christmas tree recycling program is expanding to 18 locations this year, but it won't provide free mulch. Instead, the trees will be sent with other yard waste collected at county recycling centers to be converted to biomass fuel.

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