DPW will not collect garden waste that includes tree branches and branches. DPW What Goes Where tool to learn how to recycle or dispose of these materials. DPW will not collect garden waste that includes tree branches and branches larger than 4 inches in diameter or 4 feet long and stumps, soil, stones, rocks, broken concrete and broken ceramic pots. Visit DPW's What Goes Where tool for information on how to recycle or dispose of these materials.
We hope you'll consider the valuable information in this blog the next time you need to get rid of branches or tree clippings in your backyard. This waste includes leaves, grass clippings, weeds, twigs, mulch, garden waste, tree trunks, Christmas trees, and tree or shrub pruning. Before using leftover tree branches to make bonfires or chimneys, check local laws about what types of trees can be burned. With tree branches and tree clippings at your disposal, what better thing to do than plan your bonfire party.
If you are cutting down trees for other reasons, you should dispose of branches and tree clippings properly. We've compiled a list of the best options for removing tree branches to ensure minimum waste and maximum use of pruning debris and tree branches.