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Natural wood and untreated wood

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It is illegal to dispose of this item in the trash in Chittenden County, VT.

Disposal options

Tree limbs, brush and clean stumps that have never been painted, glued, stained, or treated are accepted at:

Cost

  • At the McNeil Wood Depot: No charge. Appointment required.
  • At Williston Drop-Off Center
    • Up to 6 cubic yards: No charge
    • Over 6 cubic yards: $5 per cubic yard
    • Commercial loads: $50/ton
      Commercial loads are only accepted Monday-Friday, when the scales are open (they are operated by a neighboring facility).
  • At Essex Drop-Off Center:
    • Up to 3 cubic yards: No charge
    • Over 3 cubic yards: $10 per cubic yard

Limitations, regulations and other specifications

Note about wood from Ash tree species: The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive insect from Asia that kills any tree it infests, has been found in Ash trees in Vermont. For more information on how to identify Ash trees and EAB, and how to slow the insect’s spread, visit VTinvasives.org.

General specifications

  • Stumps and wood chips must be free of dirt and stones
  • Nails and screws up to 1/4 inches in diameter: OK
  • No spikes, hinges, strap steel

Size limits

  • maximum length: 6 ft
  • maximum diameter: 24 inches

Dumping mechanisms

  • Customers with dumping mechanisms must use the Williston Drop-Off Center or the McNeil Wood & Yard Debris Depot
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