Tree-mendous program


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Fred Langston, Sanitary Superintendent for the City of Piqua, tosses a discarded Christmas tree into a pile at the Piqua Landfill/Compost site on Piqua-Troy Road on Wednesday. The city, thus far, has picked up an estimated 100 live trees. Langston said that the city usually averages around 400 trees. The trees are later chipped into tiny pieces and will eventually become compost that is available to Piqua residents.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Fred Langston, Sanitary Superintendent for the City of Piqua, tosses a discarded Christmas tree into a pile at the Piqua Landfill/Compost site on Piqua-Troy Road on Wednesday. The city, thus far, has picked up an estimated 100 live trees. Langston said that the city usually averages around 400 trees. The trees are later chipped into tiny pieces and will eventually become compost that is available to Piqua residents.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Fred Langston, Sanitary Superintendent for the City of Piqua, tosses a discarded Christmas tree into a pile at the Piqua Landfill/Compost site on Piqua-Troy Road on Wednesday. The city, thus far, has picked up an estimated 100 live trees. Langston said that the city usually averages around 400 trees. The trees are later chipped into tiny pieces and will eventually become compost that is available to Piqua residents.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_010616mju_piqua_treerecycling.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Fred Langston, Sanitary Superintendent for the City of Piqua, tosses a discarded Christmas tree into a pile at the Piqua Landfill/Compost site on Piqua-Troy Road on Wednesday. The city, thus far, has picked up an estimated 100 live trees. Langston said that the city usually averages around 400 trees. The trees are later chipped into tiny pieces and will eventually become compost that is available to Piqua residents.
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