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About 23% of the average household’s waste is compostable kitchen scraps and yard waste. Composting turns this organic material into a valuable soil conditioner that will improve the health of your garden and yard. Composting is the single best thing most householders can do to reduce waste.

Home Composting Resources

http://www.compost.org/englishoverview.html
http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/composting/
http://www.composting101.com

Leaves and Brush

Leaves, tree limbs and hedge and brush trimmings may be dropped off at the Leaf and Yard Compost Site. Material must be de-bagged if not in paper bags and the plastic bags removed from the site. Leaves and brush must be separated and placed in the correct drop-off area. Co-mingled loads will not be permitted. Prohibited: grass clippings, sod, weeds, household organics.

Regulations and prices quoted are applicable at the time of printing and are subject to change during the calendar year.


Disposal Options

Leaf and Yard Compost Site

Phone:

http://city.brockville.on.ca/solidwasteregulations/index.cfm?ID=820