January 18, 2017
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More than 700 Christmas trees were turned to mulch Saturday at the Bring One for the Chipper recycling event at The Home Depot in Evans.
JoeAnn and Everett Reinhardt, of North Augusta, stock up on mulch generated by Christmas trees.
Georgia Power volunteers Chris Dodgen (left) and Tony Saxon unload a tree during Bring One for the Chipper.
Photo by Scott Rouch Townsend employee Oliver Benning feeds an old Christmas tree to one of the four mulchers at the "Bring One for the Chipper" tree recycling event Saturday at the Home Depot in Evans.
Recycling Christmas trees
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