- Yard Waste
Mailing and Physical Address:
Office Phone: 360-855-1884
The Solid Waste Division is responsible for collection of Residential and Commercial Garbage and Curbside Recycling and Food/Yard Waste in The City of Sedro-Woolley. All services can be customized to fit your or your company's needs.
Solid Waste Collection Services:
Managed and operated locally, we service residential and commercial customers. Our wide selection of service and pickup schedules will meet your needs, while controlling your costs. Our dedication to our customers ensures that you will have a single point of contact for all of your questions and concerns. The Solid Waste Division is a team of professional drivers that will provide you with consistent, on-time collection of your household and commercial waste.
Commercial 2 yard on the left,
Commercial 1 yard on the right
We also handle Residential Roll off service
Location: 315 Sterling Street
Closed all Holidays
The City of Sedro-Woolley is now servicing your Curbside Recycling and Food/Yard Waste! Here are a few resources that will help explain this service:
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The Washington Department of Ecology invites you to join their Facebook page for the 1-800-RECYCLE Hotline!
Please visit their page, “like” them, and “share” it with your Facebook friends. You'll find Green Tips on Tuesday, Shout Outs on Mondays, Throwback Thursdays, Trivia on Friday, and other interesting recycling information.
Check out the 1-800-RECYCLE Hotline Facebook page to:
If you know of a useful recycling website, facility, or special collection event that we don’t have listed, please share it on their Facebook page. They want to learn from you, too!
The Recycling that we Accept for Free:
Newspaper, cardboard, mixed paper, aluminum, metal, plastic, glass all colors, and tin cans, motor oil, vehicle batteries, household batteries and old printing cartridges from your printer. We also accept packaging materials: Styrofoam peanuts and bubble wrap. When recycling appliances and tires and non covered electronics at our site you will have to pay a fee, please call ahead for price of disposal.
The City provides free recycling of televisions, computer monitors, computers and many other types of electronics.
The E-Cycle Washington program is expanding the list of products covered by the program to include electronic readers. Electronic readers, commonly called e-readers or e-book readers, include the Kindle (by Amazon), the Nook (by Barnes & Noble), the Sony Reader and a number of other lesser-known brands.
The City Recycling Center is now an Authorized Collection Site for Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL), Hight Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps and Fluorescent Tubes.
Crushing the Concrete and Ashalt
Using the Concrete and Asphalt at the City Hall Project
Cereplast Bio-Degradable Bags
Yard Waste Facility
Location: 315 Sterling Street
Curbside Yard Waste is picked up year-round by the City. Here are a few resources that will help explain this service:
Yard Waste Facility Punch Cards:
A punch card is required prior to disposal of yard waste with the exception of - Pumpkins during the first two weeks of November and Christmas trees during the first three weeks of January.
Punch cards are available for purchase in increments of:
$5.00 *(five punches)
$20.00 *(twenty punches)
*Each punch allows for approximatly one 32 gallon can or bag of yard debris. A full size pick up truck will be approximatly $12.00 for disposal (Commercial Dealers okay).
We ask for you to please separate your grass and brush. This helps us keep our prices low. If you do not separate your loads you may be charged an additional fee.
Punch cards may be purchased at:
325 Metcalf Street
M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Skagit County Tipping Rates
Skagit County Litter Crew Info
Skagit County Household Hazardous Waste Facility
Frequently Asked Questions
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