Twin Ports Trailer Trash’s 2nd Annual Christmas Tree Pickup will be on January 6th and 7th, there are a few rules.

The service will be offered free of charge again this year and worked like a charm last year and that is why it is being offered again. In a press release, Twin Ports Trailer Trash said they would remove Christmas trees for residents of Duluth, Superior, and Hermantown.

There are places for people to drop off their trees normally, but this service is especially great for people that don't have a car or the elderly that have to wait for family to come and help them dispose of it properly. Twin Ports Trailer Trash will take it and dispose of it properly and it's free of charge.

The really nice part about this year's service by Twin Ports Trailer Trash is all tree pickup customers will also get a bag of treats on their doorstep. Almost like Santa is coming to get your tree.

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There are a few rules. You can't leave anything on the trees like ornaments, tinsel, garland, lights, or anything else you topped the tree with, it must be totally bare. (Don't worry, the trees are not embarrassed to be naked.) Also, no artificial trees, no flocked trees, and no wreaths. All trees being disposed of must be left curbside for Twin Ports Trailer Trash to pick up.

If you have any questions or need to make an appointment, call Bernard McCarthy at 218-206-7225

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