Yard Waste is considered a by-product of regular yard maintenance and not the debris as a result of landscaping renovation. During yard waste season, SINGLE FAMILY HOMES and TOWN HOMES will have a weekly scheduled pick up day for the removal of the yard waste. Recycling of yard debris is mandatory from March 1 through December 24. January and February, please place yard debris out with your household trash. Composting, chipping, and mulching are great ways to recycle your yard waste.
All yard debris to be collected must be prepared accordingly and placed at the curb for collection:
- Brush and limbs must be cut into 4-foot lengths and bundled (arm-full size) with rope or twine and should not exceed 50 pounds.
- Grass clippings, leaves, and twig can be placed in a container you provide, paper bags, or clear plastic bags. Yard waste placed in dark bags will not be collected.
- Tree stumps and tree limbs that are larger the 6 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length will not be collected.
- All unbundled brush will be considered a special pick up. Please call Customer Service Center to put in a request to have a Residential Supervisor survey the material for a quote. This survey and removal of the debris will be billed to you.
AAA will NOT Pickup
Rocks, concrete, dirt, mulch, tires, soil, sod, tree stumps, paint, motor oil, construction trash/renovation debris, combustibles, toxic or hazardous wastes, or any other material excluded from the disposal site, or any applicable state or federal law, as being hazardous or toxic. As well as flammable products, dead animals, fecal matter, manure, brick, landscaping timbers, friable asbestos, lead acid/wet cell batteries, bio-hazardous material, needles, and other medical waste.
Containers or bundles weighting more than 50 pounds or longer than 4 feet in length will not be collect as household trash. Please call the Customer Service Center to put in a request to have a Residential Supervisor survey the material for a quote. This survey and removal of the debris will be billed to you. Any items that cannot be safely loaded by our crews for removal or any items that may damage the hauling equipment will not be collected. AAA's crews cannot collect debris that is too large or too heavy to be loaded safely into our vehicles.