October 8, 2014

The temporary restriction on green waste deliveries has been lifted, and residential green waste will now be accepted at Timpanogos Special Service District (sewer plant), located at 5050 West 6400 North, Utah County (just off the I-15 PG Exit #275 – toward the lake). Please see below for a list of acceptable and prohibited materials.

Timpanogos Special Service District incorporates green waste with sterilized by-products to produce compost, which can be purchased from this facility. Phone 801-756-5231 for pricing. Fine compost may also be purchased at North Pointe SWSSD (landfill transfer station), 2000 West 200 South, Lindon. Call 801-225-8538 for pricing. Green waste is also accepted at the North Pointe landfill, but there is a charge of $4 for “clean” waste and $8 for green waste mixed with trash. Cedar Hills households may obtain two free “dump passes” (good for $8 each) from the City office that may be used at North Pointe. These passes, which are also good for garbage loads, expire each year on Dec. 31.

Acceptable & Prohibited Materials

Timpanogos Special Service District accepts green waste as specified by the District in the past. However, they will not accept waste that has been stored and has already begun the decomposition process. Wet grass, leaves, and garden wastes, which pose an increased odor potential, will not be accepted. Grass and leaves in large quantities may also be rejected.

Other prohibited materials include: Rocks, cardboard, dirt, septage, sod, plastics, metal, rubber, paper, laminate, glass, trash, tar paper, concrete, tile, and ceramics. Rotting fruit and vegetables are discouraged. Sawdust in large quantities and animal manure, which are caked or wet and posing odor concerns, will not be accepted.

Acceptable materials include: grass clippings, cornstalks, vines, wood shavings, dry manure mixed with straw, tree and bush branches, straw, dry leaves, dry hay, bark, clean wood products, etc. Dirty loads containing trash and other undesirable materials will not be accepted. Stumps and roots with dirt and rocks are prohibited, and logs or tree trunks over six feet long or larger than 30 inches in diameter will not be taken.

Please call the District with any questions and for their business hours. The office number is 801-756-5231. The compost trailer number is 801-404-6524. 

 

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