Beginning today, Philadelphia can recycle their Christmas trees by dropping them off at one of three Streets Department Sanitation Convenience Centers. The three-week program is a pretty cool thing, but not if you look at the numbers.

    As Metro reports today, back in 2005 (the last time the city had curbside pickup for trees), more than $62,000 trees were collected. Once the drop-off program began, howeverm the number fell to just hundreds.

    Feed the Feed: Will you drive to a recycling center to drop off your Christmas tree?

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