Town to Resume Yard Waste Collection April 1st

Town to Resume Yard Waste Collection April 1st
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced that Yard Waste Collection will resume for homeowners who receive Town sanitation collection beginning the week of April 1st.  Yard waste is picked up on the same day as recycled materials.
“With the spring season nearly upon us, many residents will begin clearing their properties from leaves and other debris left behind by winter,” said Supervisor Saladino said. “Yard waste collection, which includes lawn clippings, will get underway the first week in April.”
Residents should place yard waste curbside on their same day as their recycling items.  Yard waste is collected by Town sanitation crews and taken to compost facilities.  Waste includes grass clippings, weeds, leaves, tree trimmings, hedge and shrub clippings and other garden/yard waste.  Materials should be placed in bags at the curb, and should weigh no more than 50 pounds.  No household garbage, refuse or animal waste should be disposed with yard waste.
“Collecting Yard Waste is an important component to our recycling program,” said Supervisor Saladino. “One of the prime benefits of recycling yard waste is that the cost to take these materials to a compost facility is less than the cost to dispose of them at an out-of-state landfill. This successful program is another example of the Town’s commitment to providing high quality environmental services while protecting our taxpayers’ wallets.”
For more information on the Town’s recycling program, or other sanitation services, visit