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Kyle Sholl, crew leader for MulchWorx Landscape Supply at 4430 E. Washington Blvd., moves wood around to make more room for tree drop-offs.

Tree debris disposal

Residents can take their fallen tree debris to these locations:

•The biosolids facility, 6210 Lake Ave., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. The facility will begin charging residents for debris – $17 a ton – beginning Saturday.

•Parking lot at Swinney Park Pool

•Parking lot at the Conklin Pavilion at Shoaff Park

•Tillman Dump, which is west of the park entrance on Tillman Road

•Utility Shop, 2455 Summit St., New Haven