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GFL USA observes the following Holidays:
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Please remember that if a Holiday falls on a weekday, your scheduled service day will be delayed by one day. Regular collection schedule will resume the following week.

Yard Waste
Yard waste collection will continue to be part of your solid waste collection program. We will be collecting yard waste on your regular scheduled service day. Yard waste will be collected in a separate truck starting with the first week of April of each year. Please have your yard waste out for collection by 7:00 AM.

Yard waste is defined as leaves, lawn cuttings, shrubs and tree trimmings. Place into paper biodegradable bags or labelled  containers up to 35 gallons in size. We enforce a weight limit of 50 pounds. Brush and limbs greater than 2 inches in diameter must be in bundles not longer than 4 feet in length, and not exceeding a total of 18 inches in diameter, or more than 50 pounds.


Items Not Considered Yard Waste:
Dirt, Large Stumps, Gravel, Dead Animals, Sod, Sand, Animal Feces, Rocks


Recycling Program
Recycling Collection takes place every week on the same day as the regular waste collection. Please make certain your recycling is placed in a clearly marked, approved Recycling Bin or Cart.


Items to Recycle:
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Please do not place any of the following items in your recycling bin/cart. These items are not recyclable and can contaminate other recyclable materials. - Thank you.
Paper Milk/Juice Cartons, Styrofoam, Containers or Packaging, Garbage, Propane Tanks, Colored Glass, Medical Waste, Flammable Liquids Household Cleaners/Chemicals (Liquid or Dry), Wood Items, Wax Coated Cardboard, Wax Coated Paper Paint Cans, Food Soiled Cardboard/Paper

 

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