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Until January 31, there are free collection points to discard Christmas trees in the Principality.
To avoid littering the streets or cluttering garbage bins, choose one of the several
designated “Dépose Sapins” locations across Monaco:
Saint Nicholas Square – Place Saint Devote
Promenade Honoré II – Place Saint Charles
Allée Saint Jean-Paul II – Bd Princesse Grace
Esplanade Albert 1er – Bd de Belgique
Vallon La Rousse – Place des Moulins
Bd du Larvotto
This service is free and reserved exclusively for disposing of Christmas trees. Call the toll free number 8000 20 40.
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Access will be through the door to the right of the main entrance of the building.
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