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Residential customers receive a GREEN 95-gallon green-waste cart. Use your green collection cart to separate landscape waste and other organic materials for collection each week on your scheduled service day and set out by 6 a.m.
Residents can request up to 2 additional green-waste carts at no additional cost. Residents who have 3 carts and want additional green-waste carts may request more for a nominal fee.
CLICK HERE to request additional carts through EDCO’s Contact Us form.
|Recyclable Green Waste Includes|
Place recyclable green waste directly into your designated green collection cart. NO plastic bags, please.
Please do not place any of the following materials in your designated green waste recycling container:
What Happens to Green Waste?
Green waste is used in a variety of diversion programs, including but not limited to land application and composting.
Backyard Composting & Grasscycling…Natures Way to Recycle
EDCO promotes recycling…Naturally! And what could be more natural than to recycle yard waste in a backyard composting bin or reduce waste by “grasscycling” lawn trimmings?
Composting is the natural decomposition of organic material into a soil product. Homeowners who compost their own yard waste (hedge trimmings, flowers, grass, leaves, etc.) and certain kitchen scraps such as fruits, vegetables, coffee grounds, and egg shells, can produce their own soil amendment or mulch for use in their yard or garden. Compost-amended soil provides a more nurturing medium for plants therefore creating healthier landscaping that will be more resistant to disease and infestation.
Grasscycling is simply the practice of leaving grass clippings on the lawn after mowing. Grass clippings decompose quickly and return valuable nutrients, such as nitrogen, back into the soil. For best results, follow these simple guidelines:
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