Yard Waste

Grass clippings, leaves, pruning waste, branches, unpainted and untreated wood are all considered organics, green waste and/or wood waste. Painted or treated wood must be disposed of as refuse - do NOT burn treated or painted wood! It is hazardous to your health, the environment, and it is illegal.

Clean wood (nails are okay) can be recycled curbside in the green carts. (Both green waste bins and recycling bins are provided free-of-charge with regular curbside service).  Small amounts of fruit and vegetable scraps my be placed in green waste containers - as all materials are composted (no meat, dairy, or ready-made products). Green waste also can be delivered to facilities for a small fee.

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1. Aerosol cans
2. Aluminum cans
3. Ammunition & Explosives
4. Antifreeze
5. Appliances, Small and Large
6. Asbestos (and presumed asbestos-containing materials)
7. Asphalt - Construction, Demolition, and Renovation Debris
8. Automotive Fluids
9. Batteries
10. Beds / Mattress
11. Beverage Containers
12. Bicycles (working, parts, or non-working)
13. Boats
14. Books (hard or soft cover)
15. Bottles (Beverage and Glass)
16. Bricks
17. Film Plastic/Stryofoam
18. Yard Waste