How to Dispose of Your Christmas Tree for Free in Southampton

Here is what Southampton Town residents east of the Shinnecock Canal need to know to dispose of their trees with ease.

Credit: File photo
Credit: File photo

Jan. 6 marks the Epiphany, the traditional day to take down the Christmas tree, and for those who get a real tree each year, the day also poses the challenge of how to dispose of it.

Because the Town of Southampton does not offer municipal waste pick up, town residents are responsible for bringing their trees to one of three transfer stations, located in Westhampton, Hampton Bays and North Sea , through the end of January. The Sag Harbor waste transfer facility is not accepting trees.

North Sea Center 
1370 Majors Path 
7 days per week, 8 am-4 pm 

Hampton Bays Center 
30 Jackson Ave
7 days per week, 8 am-4 pm

Westhampton Center 
66 Old Country Rd
Thursday-Tuesday, 8 am-4 pm
Closed Wednesdays 

Residents may dispose of trees, pine garland and wreaths at no cost, but there is a limit of three trees per resident. Stands and lights must be removed from the trees or they will not be accepted.

Landscapers and commercial haulers must pay their typical truckload fees to drop off the trees.

The trees will be put through a wood chipper then composted or mulched. Residents may then pick up mulch for free for their landscaping and gardening needs, on a first-come, first-served basis at the North Sea, Hampton Bays and Westhampton facilities.


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