Yard Waste Pickup

What is Yard Waste?

Yard waste is an accumulation of plant matter that comes from actions like cutting grass, weed removal, hedge clippings, removal of vegetation tree trimming, wood and soil. lawn maintenance, garden activities, downed trees, hurricanes and tornadoes are the main contributors to yard waste. Keep in mind, not all yard waste can be disposed of through garbage collection. Below are some informative ways on how to dispose of your yard waste and what waste may or may not be collected through your city's collection service.

How do I dispose of my yard waste?

Everyone wants their yard to look clean and well groomed. This process can create piles of biological waste that serves as a sore eye to your garden or lawn.

Read below to see which waste removal option works best for you:

  • If your county allows it, you can burn your yard waste.
  • Recycle your yard waste and use it as compost for your garden.
  • Call a Junk removal company like Junk Liberty.
  • At times your waste collection may take yard waste, call and check.
  • Rent a dumpster.
  • Donate your yard waste to farms and others who can use the compost.

What your county may not consider yard waste

Most yard waste collection services through the county have guidelines on what can and can not be taken. some items may be required to be bagged or have weight limits.

Below are items your waste collection likely does not consider yard waste:

  • Soil
  • Brick
  • Stones
  • Sod
  • Tile
  • Tree Stumps


What we take

If yard waste is a constant chore or the seasonal weather gave you unwanted tree branches and shrubs, choosing Junk Liberty takes the removal and disposal process off your back. The concern of what yard waste you can and can not dispose through the county can be ignored with a quick phone call to us at 1-833-586-5542. Junk Liberty takes all yard waste. A short list below reads as follows:

  • Shrubs
  • Tree branches
  • Mulch
  • Soil
  • Sod
  • Twigs
  • Palms
  • Tree trunks
  • Roots
  • Weeds and Clippings
  • Yard debris
  • Trees

 Hopefully these tips were useful and help you on you route to efficiently get rid of your yard waste.