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Heavenly offers free pine needle recycling program for Douglas County residents

Heavenly Mountain Resort is partnering with the Tahoe Douglas Fire Department, Tahoe Village Homeowners Association and South Tahoe Refuse to provide free pine needle recycling. The ski resort will use the pine needles for erosion control and revegetation projects.

Douglas County residents in Tahoe may drop off organic yard material at Heavenly’s Boulder parking lot. The program starts Friday and will last through June 25. The 8-year-old program’s costs and operations are shared by all four entities.

In California, South Tahoe Refuse provides unlimited pine needle recycling. Bags should be left with the rest of the waste on pickup day.


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