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Residential FAQs

We listed the most frequently asked questions for your home.

Residential FAQs

We listed the most frequently asked
questions for your home.

Residential FAQs

We listed the most frequently asked
questions for your home.

When do you collect yard waste?

Generally, from April until late November or even mid-December, but it varies by community. For Michigan residents, click on Locate My Community, or contact our customer service department using our contact us page.

When do you collect yard waste?

Generally, from April until late November or even mid-December, but it varies by community. For Michigan residents, click on Locate My Community, or contact our customer service department using our contact us page.

How do I obtain a trash cart or recycle cart?

It depends on where you live. Michigan residents can use our Locate My Community page, or you can call GFL Services using our contact us page.

How do I obtain a trash cart or recycle cart?

It depends on where you live. Michigan residents can use our Locate My Community page, or you can call GFL Services using our contact us page.

How do I obtain a trash cart or recycle cart?

It depends on where you live. For Michigan residents, click on Locate My Community, or contact our customer service department using our contact us page.

When do you collect yard waste?

Generally, from April until late November or even mid-December, but it varies by community. Michigan residents can use our Locate My Community page, or you can call GFL Services using our contact us page.

Seasonal FAQs

Seasonal FAQs

Seasonal FAQs

How do I best dispose of yard waste?

Yard waste is defined as leaves, lawn cuttings, shrubs and tree trimmings. Place into paper biodegradable bags or labelled  containers up to 35 gallons in size. We enforce a weight limit of 50 pounds. Brush and limbs greater than 2 inches in diameter must be in bundles not longer than 4 feet in length, and not exceeding a total of 18 inches in diameter, or more than 50 pounds.

How do I best dispose of yard waste?

Yard waste is defined as leaves, lawn cuttings, shrubs and tree trimmings. Place into paper biodegradable bags or labelled  containers up to 35 gallons in size. We enforce a weight limit of 50 pounds. Brush and limbs greater than 2 inches in diameter must be in bundles not longer than 4 feet in length, and not exceeding a total of 18 inches in diameter, or more than 50 pounds.

How do I best dispose of yard waste?

Yard waste is defined as leaves, lawn cuttings, shrubs and tree trimmings. Place into paper biodegradable bags or labelled  containers up to 35 gallons in size. We enforce a weight limit of 50 pounds. Brush and limbs greater than 2 inches in diameter must be in bundles not longer than 4 feet in length, and not exceeding a total of 18 inches in diameter, or more than 50 pounds.

What does NOT qualify as yard waste?

Dirt, sod, large stumps, sand, gravel, concrete, rocks, animal feces and dead animals.

What does NOT qualify as yard waste?

Dirt, sod, large stumps, sand, gravel, concrete, rocks, animal feces and dead animals.

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