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Berlin Christmas tree rental service aims to cut waste

By AFP
17 December 2019   |   12:59 pm
Every year, about 25 million Christmas trees are used to decorate German homes. Since 2018, a Berlin landscape gardener has been making trees available for rent, in order to avoid them being discarded after New Year's Eve.

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