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Yard Waste Drop-Off
Self-hauling your own yard waste to the transfer station?

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Buy Finished Compost
Cascade Compost is made from Pierce County's yard waste.

Storm Cleanup Info
Seasonal information only

What to do with
debris after a storm

Yard Waste Recycling

Yard waste bin Contact your hauler to sign up for curbside yard waste recycling service. You'll receive a 90-gallon wheeled cart, which will be collected from your home every other week.

  • Yard waste must fit in the container with the lid closed
  • Contact your hauler if you have extra yard waste
  • No food waste
  • No pizza boxes

Accepted
Brush, branches, and roots
(smaller than 4 inch diameter)
Leaves
Grass clippings
Fruit and vegetable trimmings
Weeds
Flowers
Plants
Shrubs









Not Accepted
Food
Pizza boxes
Food-soiled paper
Garbage
Stumps
Demolition wood
Sheet rock
Asphalt
Bricks
Concrete
Glass
Metal
Plastics
Flower pots
Animal waste
Ash
Rocks
Sod
Bones
Oil
Hazardous materials
Large amounts of dirt