Here’s where to recycle Christmas trees in Cobb this 2018 season

The fat man has left the sleigh.

Christmas is over, and it is now socially acceptable and encouraged to throw away your needle-shedding tree.

Keep Georgia Beautiful has been holding the "Bring One for the Chipper" tree-recycling campaign for decades.

There are lots of Home Depot stores and parks around Cobb County and throughout metro Atlanta participating in the effort that turns trees into mulch. Below are the locations in Cobb.


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If you prefer a green spring to a white Christmas, the form to get some of that yuletide mulch can be found here.

Live undecorated Christmas trees will be accepted Saturday, Jan. 5 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the following Home Depot locations:


Where in Cobb to get a warm drink that isn’t a pumpkin spice latte


• 3355 Cobb Parkway in Acworth, 770-917-8425

• 1200 East-West Connector in Austell, 770-941-9600

• 3355 Cobb Parkway in Acworth, 770-917-8425

• 1200 East-West Connector in Austell, 770-941-9600

• 2350 Dallas Highway in Marietta, 770-792-6858

• 4101 Roswell Road NE in Marietta, 770-977-9700

• 449 Roberts Court NW in Kennesaw, 770-424-1309

• 3605 Sandy Plains Road in Marietta, 770-971-2470

• 1062 Richard Sailors Parkway in Powder Springs, 770-222-3619

• 1655 Shiloh Road in Kennesaw, 770-421-1245

These Cobb parks are also participating:

• Lost Mountain Park, 4845 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs, 770-528-8890

• Noonday Creek Park, 489 Hawkins Store Road in Kennesaw, 770-591-3160

• Fullers Park, 3499 Robinson Road in Marietta, 770-509-2737


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