Christmas farewell: Get rid of old Christmas trees quickly and easily - this is how it works
Created: 12/31/2022, 09:00
By: Anna Liebelt
The members of the Junge Union Vaterstetten have loaded up a lot during the Christmas tree collection campaigns in the past © JU Vaterstetten/ Archievfoto
With the Christmas tree collection campaign, the Junge Union is once again helping to eliminate the need for Christmas tree disposal this year.
For this purpose, the collectors head to some district municipalities in January.
Anyone can participate.
On Saturday, January 7th, the action of individual local associations will start.
From 8 a.m., the members of the Junge Union will again be collecting old Christmas trees from the district in order to dispose of them professionally and in an environmentally friendly manner.
Anyone can take part, and it's very simple: The completely decorated trees should be deposited in a clearly visible and easily accessible place.
Citizens only have to fasten a ribbon to the tree for collection.
Interested parties can get this in Grafing at Schuhhaus Koppitz, in the Bräeuer bookstore, the Kreitmaier bakery, at Huber Optik, the Kammerloher butcher, the Käse Ober or on tap for three euros.
The collection area includes the entire city area, with the exception of dead ends.
Proceeds will go to city charities.
The service is free in Pliening and Oberpframmern
In Pliening, citizens can also purchase a band in the post office or online at www.ju-pliening.de for three euros.
The districts of Gelting and Ottersberg are also approached here.
On January 7th, the Oberpframmern local group does not collect all Christmas trees until 8.30 a.m.
The service in the community is free of charge.
In favor of the DKMS, this year's collection campaign will take place in Markt Schwaben.
Until January 5, citizens can pick up ribbons in the Schiegl stationery shop for three euros.
The CSU collects in Ebersberg
Interested parties can also get their markers from the Theo Bader garage and from WM Sport & Trends in Vaterstetten or online at www.christbaum-vaterstetten.de by January 5th.
Here, too, the tapes cost three euros.
All Steinhöringers can buy a ribbon for their old Christmas tree from Magdalena Kerschl and Christina Barthuber for a small fee.
And in Anzing, like the CSU in Ebersberg, the Junge Union collects all Christmas trees free of charge on the side of the road.
You can read more news from the Ebersberg region here.
By the way: everything from the region is also available in our regular Ebersberg newsletter.