Residents in Brazoria County can recycle undecorated, non-frosted Christmas trees to be used for the county’s Dunes Project. There are sites in Pearland, Manvel and Alvin for drop off.

Recycle trees in county for Dunes Project

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Residents in Brazoria County can recycle undecorated, non-frosted Christmas trees to be used for the county’s Dunes Project. There are sites in Pearland, Manvel and Alvin for drop off.

Residents in Brazoria County can recycle undecorated, non-frosted Christmas trees to be used for the county’s Dunes Project. There are sites in Pearland, Manvel and Alvin for drop off.

By KAROLYN GEPHART

Christmas trees in Manvel and Pearland can be recycled now through Jan. 13.

The trees must not be decorated or frosted.

Trees can be dropped off at the following locations listed below.

In Manvel, trees are being recycled at the Manvel Substation at 7313 Corporate Drive.

In Pearland, trees should be taken to the Stella Roberts Recycling Center at 5800 Magnolia.

In Alvin, trees can be recycled at the Precinct 3 HQ at 2508 North Gordon Street.

Angleton has two locations: Brazoria County Parks HQ at 313 W. Mulberry St. and Precinct 2 HQ at 21017 CR 171.

In West Columbia, take trees to Precinct 4 HQ at 121 North 10th Street and in Clute take them to Precinct 1 HQ at 1432 Highland Park Drive. In Surfside, trees are being collected at the Surfside Beach Main Entrance.

Brazoria County is collecting trees for the Dunes Day project. The trees will be used to reinforce the dunes at the beaches in Brazoria County.

Dunes Day will take place on Jan. 19. Volunteers will meet at Stahlman Park on Surfside Beach to rebuild, restore, and strengthen the dune line against storm surges. For more information, contact Mike at 979-864-1541 (Surfside) or visit www.brazoriacountyparks.org.

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