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Keeping your home free of yard debris is essential for any homeowner. Yard waste removal also has a positive impact on the environment. Waste Connections offers yard waste pickup for our local communities.
When Waste Connections picks up your organic waste, we’re able to improve the environment in the towns and cities we serve. In fact, we compost your yard debris and use it to enrich the soil. Get started with yard waste removal today. Call us or fill out our request a yard waste removal quote form to speak with one of our professionals.
Yard waste pickup has many benefits to the communities. Recycling yard waste eliminates millions of pounds of organic waste from landfills each year.
Yard waste removal from Waste Connections is convenient because it reduces the need for trips to the landfill. Our highly trained staff does all the heavy lifting for you.
Removing waste for your yard also reduces the risk of hazards. During the summer, dried yard debris creates a fire risk. Additionally, piles of yard debris attract rodents and other pests like mosquitos. Proper yard waste removal is crucial for health.
Everybody loves a well-manicured lawn, but that takes time and effort. In the end, all the branches and piles of leaves need to go somewhere. Yard waste pickup ensures that your yard is aesthetically pleasing.
Yard waste pickup has many benefits to the community. When we are able to compost yard waste, it eliminates millions of pounds of organic waste from landfills each year.
We pride ourselves on being flexible and adapting to our customers’ needs. Waste Connections offers one-time yard waste removal and regular yard waste pickup depending on how frequently you need us. Let us pick up your yard debris today. Call us or request a yard waste removal quote to speak to one of our trained customer service representatives.
Use a 30 gallon paper bag for yard waste (available at hardware, home improvement stores. Only put in leaves and yard/grass clippings. If you have longer sticks/branches/limbs, fashion the items into bundles that are no more than 4 feet long and no more than 40 pounds each.