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While the holiday season may come with loved ones, long-respected traditions and aromatic Christmas trees, it also comes with garbage and the subsequent dilemma of what holiday waste should be placed in the garbage and what should be recycled.

“We get the same contaminants as we get year-round during Christmas, then there’s just these added things,” said Emily Morgan Malik, Logan City’s environmental public information officer. “Bows, ribbons, the handles on the gift bags, lots more foil pans from cooking and none of that is recyclable, unfortunately.”

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