These special items are collected using specialized vehicles, and are not included.
Hillside Solutions recommends repurposing your tree stumps into firewood, outdoor stools, or play areas. But if you have more than you can use in your own yard, you can take trees debris to their downtown location to be recycled into compost and mulch.
Their downtown Soil Dynamics site is accepting tree debris for a per-load fee. Jul 12, Only tree debris will be bushnotch.bar Omaha, the following will be open daily through Saturday 7 a.m p.m.:Ta Ha Zouka Park, ElkhornHefflinger Park. Feb 19, WHAT. Temporary storm-related tree/yard debris drop off, free of charge. Accepted - Residential tree trimmings, branches, limbs smaller than 12” in diameter, small stumps, and other parts of shrubs.
NOT Accepted - Rocks, landscape waste, large tree stumps or root balls, treated wood, demolition debris, rock concrete, hazardous waste, and household garbage. Jul 10, In the release, officials asked that only trees and branches be dropped off and no other storm debris.
The dumpsite will be open from 8 a.m. until 5. Yard Debris Drop-Off Whether it’s leaves in the fall or a weekly truckload of grass clippings, weeds, brush and woody material, you can bring yard debris to the Transfer Station for a small fee. The minimum cost isfor one cubic yard - roughly the amount that fills half the bed of.
There is a pound limit for yard waste bags.
Roll the paper yard bag top closed; don’t staple or tape to close. There is no limit on the number of paper bags you may set out. Step 2. Rules for bundle shrub and tree trimmings. Use string or twine to bundle shrub and tree trimmings. Bundles should be no more than four feet in length.