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Landscaping, Landclearing

Follow the steps below to find a list of businesses and organizations that will accept your unwanted materials for reuse, recycling, or disposal. To find disposal options for multiple materials, use the Advanced Search page.

Step 1: Select specific materials

Brush, Woody Waste
Woody prunings, branches, and debris from trees, shrubs or bushes.

Clean Sand
Uncontaminated sand.

Clean Soil
Uncontaminated soil, dirt or sod.

Contaminated Sand
Sand that is contaminated with materials such as petroleum products, heavy metals or sewage.

Contaminated Soil
Soil that is contaminated with materials such as petroleum products, heavy metals or sewage.

Rock
Any naturally formed aggregate or mass of inorganic materials.

Yard Waste
Christmas trees, leaves, grass, clippings, plant material, prunings, branches and other debris from a private residence.

All landscaping, landclearing

   

Step 2: Is this material generated from your business or residence?

Business      Residence

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Updated: Aug. 27, 2009


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