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City of Tulsa Crews Collecting Green Waste

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City of Tulsa crews are in the process of collecting green waste such as yard waste, storm debris and Christmas trees left at resident's curbs.

According to a press release, the City's green waste pickup may take up to 48 hours from regularly scheduled times due to the high number of materials for crews to pickup.

Tree debris must be bundled and set at the curb. Christmas trees can also be left at the curb for pickup, but the trees cannot exceed six feet in length and must be stripped of lights, plastic wrap and decorations.

For residents that want to dispose of their green waste now, the City of Tulsa's green waste site is located at 10401 East 56th Street North.

There, customers can dispose of their tree debris for free after showing a driver's license with a Tulsa address or City of Tulsa utility bill.

The City's green waste disposal site is closed on New Year's Day.

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