Owned and operated by: the Burlington Electric Department
Location: 111 Intervale Road, Burlington
Phone: (802) 864-7446
Hours: Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat: 8-4 ; Closed Sun, Mon, and Wed.
Hours Mid-November through April: Tues – Fri 8-12; Sat 8-4

NOTE:

  • There is a limit of 6 cubic yards of leaf and non-woody yard debris per trip (leaves and trimmings, with twigs no larger than 1/4 inch in diameter).
  • Dumping mechanisms are allowed.

The McNeil Generating Station accepts clean wood and yard debris at no charge at their Wood & Yard Waste Depot. Dumping mechanisms are allowed. For more information, visit the McNeil Wood & Yard Waste website.

Specifications

CLEAN WOOD
Clean wood is mulched or burned as fuel next door at the McNeil Generating Plant.

  • Lumber and pallets that have never been painted, stained, treated, or glued, maximum 8 feet in length
  • Tree limbs, trunks, clean stumps, and brush; 1/4 inch to 2 feet in diameter, max 6 feet in length; free of dirt and stones

YARD DEBRIS must be divided into two categories and disposed of in the proper bunker:

The LEAF bunker:
Small twigs and yard and garden debris such as leaves, garden plants, sawdust, clean and undyed mulch, etc.  Woody twigs up to 1/4 inch in diameter are also allowed.  Larger wood should be deposited in the “clean wood” area.

The GRASS bunker:
Grass clippings, hay, straw, dirty undyed mulch, and sod.

All CSWD Drop-Off Centers also accept leaves and non-wood yard debris. Visit the “Yard Debris” page in our A-Z List for specifications and quantity limits.