Real trees are better for the environment

November 21, 2016


A real Christmas tree is the environmental winner! Every time a Christmas tree is cut, a new one is planted in its place, to grow and mature until it has reached a desirable size. While this tree is growing it is providing shelter to animals, reducing carbon from the air, all while being a part of a scenic green belt.


Not only are Christmas trees good for the environment when they are growing, but after they have matured into the perfect Christmas tree and enjoyed over Christmas, a tree is then recycled and used to create mulch and other gardening products.


Artificial trees on the other hand, do have a longer life span, however they are made from plastic and once they have served there purpose they spend the rest of their life in a land fill.


So do the right thing for the environment, support real Christmas trees and have Trees on a Truck deliver your next tree!


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