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How do I get a large item removed?
For bulk item removal, please contact Customer Support to schedule a bulk good removal. *Additional charges may apply.
Bulk Waste: Bulk goods are defined as non-electrical, oversized goods that can be compacted in the back of a collection truck. Materials collected as part of our bulk goods removal service include sofas, cabinetry, large furniture, mattresses, box springs, grills, lawn mowers, etc.
White Goods: White goods and appliances are large household items used to perform specific tasks. These materials are all recycled after they are collected. Materials collected as part of our white goods removal service include: refrigerators, dryers, washing machines, water heaters, televisions, etc. *Freon must be removed prior to collection.
How do I set out my Yard Waste / Debris?
Grass clippings and leaves are to be placed curbside in brown paper bags OR un-bagged in a personal container clearly marked “yard waste”. Clear plastic bags used for yard waste collection are also acceptable at this time. While clear plastic bags are an acceptable method for collection at this time, they do cause issues at the facility that composts your yard waste.
Each tree limb or piece of brush must be no longer than 4 feet in length and 3 inches thick in diameter. Limbs and brush must be bundled with rope or twine for ease of collection and placement into the truck. Items that are bagged, bundled or placed in your cart may not exceed 50 lb. Mulch, dirt, rock, and sod can NOT be placed curbside.
We will collect up to 10 bags and 10 bundles of debris per customer per pick up. Yard Waste will be removed on Wednesdays, beginning March 1st thru December 24th.
For some communities, yard waste collection may be provided on a separate day of the week from your regular trash or recycling collection day(s).
Georgia + Colorado:
We will collect up to 5 bags and 5 bundles of debris per customer per pick up.
*If you reside in a Municipality or HOA please refer to your community guidelines as those may require more specific preparation requirements.
For an alternative, more eco-friendly method for yard waste disposal, considering starting your own backyard compost pile and/or leaving your grass clippings on your lawn in order to replenish the nutrients in the soil, ensuring a healthy-looking lawn.