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Posted on: November 5, 2018

Final Days of Yard Waste Pickup


The final days of this year's yard waste pick up will be Tuesday, December 4th and Wednesday, December 5th.

Acceptable Yard Waste Includes

- Leaves and dry grass clippings

- Yard and garden debris and brush

- Clean woody vegetation material no greater than 6 inches in diameter and not to exceed 4 feet in length

- No more than 60 pounds in total weight

Not Acceptable Yard Waste Includes

- Vegetables

- Stumps

- Sod, dirt, or roots

- Shrubs with intact root balls

- Pumpkins, cornstalks, apples and black walnuts can be included with the regular garbage pickup

- Anything residentially generated

Acceptable Yard Waste Containers Include

- 30 gallon paper bags

- Dry cardboard boxes no larger than 3x3 feet

- Other easy-to-handle containers no larger than 3x3 feet

- Metal or plastic garbage can no larger than 32 gallons in size and marked with a red X

Placement and Presentation of Yard Waste

- Curbside and visually seperate from refuse and recyclables

- Tree limbs and branches must not exceed 6 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length

- Tree limbs, branches and brush must be tightly bundled and each bundle must not exceed 60 pounds

- Bundle with twine (wire or nylon will not be accepted)

- Plastic bags are prohibited from yard waste collection (they do not compost)

- Containers must be marked with a red X to identify them as yard waste

If you have any questions, please contact Johns Disposal at (262) 473-4700.

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