Evesham Township will be collecting the Christmas Trees for all MACCS properties in Evesham/Marlton. Designate an area on your property for your residents to take their Christmas Trees and let either myself or the Township know where this area is located. Evesham Township will then collect the trees from that location during the second and third weeks of January.
Please make sure your residents are aware that the trees must only go in this area and not inside or blocking the dumpsters. All trees must be bare and stripped of ornaments, beads, tinsel, etc. before being disposed of.
If you have any questions please feel free to give us a call.
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