Q: Is there a size limit to tree limbs or stumps that can be brought in?
No, if you can haul it, size is no issue for us.
Q: Do I need to tarp my debris when I bring it to your facility?
A: Yes, it is a traffic law to tarp, cover or safely secure your load when traveling.
Q: How much does 1 cubic yard of product like bark, soil and/or rock cover?
A: Finer bark, crushed gravel and soil will cover 100 sq ft at 3″ thick. Larger bark and river rock will cover 100 sq ft approximately 2″ thick.
Q: What are your restrictions, if any, when bringing in wood, lumber and or construction debris?
A: Wood and lumber that is brought in, must be fairly clean. Nail and screws are acceptable, but larger hardware must be removed. ALL other garbage, paper, dry wall, glass, or any other kind of construction debris is NOT acceptable. Pressure treated wood, railroad ties and any wood that has been treated with creosote is also NOT acceptable.
Q: How do you measure yard debris, wood, dirt/sod, or concrete that is brought in? Weight or by Volume?
A: Volume is our method. We measure length, width and height of your load (not your vehicle) and use a formula that deducts air space and calculates the cubic yardage of debris you are hauling. So don’t worry about those light fluffy loads, we account for the air space!
PILES OF RECYCLING BREAKDOWN FOR SEPARATING:
- Wood chips
- Grass clippings
- Bark dust
- Saw dust
- Pine needles
- Garden clippings
- Other finer yard debris