Information and Resources
- Compost for Sale
- Curbside collection program
- Solid Waste Action Plan (SWAP)
- Illegal dumping
- What goes where app
- Multi-family 4 units or less
- Multi-family 5 units or more
- Country residential
- Locking waste bins
- Commercial service providers
- Zero waste
Clean Wood Waste
As of 2014 clean wood waste must be separated from regular waste. When separated, clean wood is one third of the price of regular tipping fee, saving users on tipping fees. Separated clean wood is chipped up and used as a carbon source at the compost facility. Loads mixed with clean wood are subject to higher tipping fees.
what is clean wood?
Clean wood is any unpainted, untreated, unglued dimensional lumber and pallets.
Why Separate Clean wood
- Saves money on tipping fees
- Valuable to the compost program
- Saves valuable landfill space
Clean Wood materials and services
|Material||Requirements||Services||Good to know|
|unpainted pallets and untreated, unstained, unpainted and unglued dimensional lumber (pine, spruce, fir)
Must be separated from regular waste.
|Drop off at Waste Management Facility (tipping fee applies) Serviced clean wood waste bins can be arranged through General Waste Management or Pacific Northwest.||
Screws and nails can be left in
Clean wood is chipped and added to our compost as a carbon source.
Waste Sorting App
Sorting your waste is easy with our new What Goes Where app. Type the name of an item into the search bar and we will give you recycling, composting, or disposal options.