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Yard Waste Compost Site closing for the season

Western Lake Superior Sanitary District’s Yard Waste Compost Site announces its final weekend of the 2021 season, open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, November 18 through Monday, November 22. Residents may dispose of leaves, pumpkins, garden leftovers, and other yard debris for free. Brush and branches may also be disposed of for $10 per cubic yard of material.

“We’ve had a great season at the yard waste site and remind folks to complete yard tasks before the snow flies in earnest,” said Tim Lundell, WLSSD supervisor of solid waste services. “Your leaves and branches will become high quality Garden Green® compost over the winter.” WLSSD’s Yard Waste Compost site is located just off of I-35 at 27th Ave. W, and facility access is unimpeded as construction on the Twin Ports Interchange Project continues.

WLSSD’s Yard waste compost site opens briefly in December and January for holiday tree disposal. The facility will reopen in April 2022, or as weather permits.

Western Lake Superior Sanitary District provides award-winning wastewater and solid waste services to residents, businesses and industries within its 500 square mile legislative boundaries in southern St. Louis and northern Carlton counties, and is a nationally recognized leader in pollution prevention.

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