Looking for a place to unload that Christmas tree? Good news! There are several places in New Brunswick where you can safely dispose of your Christmas tree in the coming days.

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The Municipalities of Woodstock, Hartland, Florenceville-Bristol, Centreville, Bath, Canterbury, Meductic, Perth-Andover and Plaster Rock, will be conducting a chipping program for Christmas trees and it's also being offered to residents of the Local Service Districts.

Drop off your tree(s) at the location nearest you and at the times indicated below.

Woodstock: New Brunswick Community College behind Centennial Park, until noon on January 3rd.

Hartland: Hartland Arena, until noon on January 3rd.

Florenceville-Bristol, Centreville, Bath: Northern Carleton Civic Center, until noon on January 3rd.

Meductic: Bicentennial Hall, no later than January 3rd.

Perth-Andover: Former Municipal Warehouse at 26 Armstrong Street, until noon on January 3rd.

Plaster Rock: Old Arena Site located at 46 Centennial Street, until noon on January 3rd.

You're asked to please remove any nails, wires, etc.

For more information, please call the Department of Environment & Local Government at 506-325-4847.