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Just curious as to what everyone is paying to dump leaves/debris this fall. I am lucky to be able to dump everything at my shop and not pay for any disposal but it looks like some people are spending a ton on dumping.

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GreenscapesOhio wrote:Just curious as to what everyone is paying to dump leaves/debris this fall. I am lucky to be able to dump everything at my shop and not pay for any disposal but it looks like some people are spending a ton on dumping.


No cost here. Local limb/yard debris site is about 10 minutes from my house, and they don't impose a fee if you are a County resident (even if you are a business!).

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CopperCreekCuts wrote:
GreenscapesOhio wrote:Just curious as to what everyone is paying to dump leaves/debris this fall. I am lucky to be able to dump everything at my shop and not pay for any disposal but it looks like some people are spending a ton on dumping.


No cost here. Local limb/yard debris site is about 10 minutes from my house, and they don't impose a fee if you are a County resident (even if you are a business!).


Wow thats awesome. We have something similar but they dont allow businesses to dump. We do have places here that sell mulch etc that allow you to dump for free and they use the leaves, sticks etc to grind up for their products.

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$10 per yard

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Go to the local dump and throw the trash away.
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I can drop off yard debris at my local landfill for free as long as I go in with a vehicle and/or trailer that does not display any business names or logos. Businesses have to pay to dump at another location several miles away.
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Here in Pensacola you can dump at the curb in the City which is only 26sq miles. In the county there really isn't Debra pickup unless it is perfectly placed. The county dump is $26/yd with a minimum of $12. The dump in a county over is more than half that cost cheaper. I dump most of my bags in the dumpster at my full-time job.

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We pay $15 for anything up to one ton. $1 more per 500 pounds after. Very reasonable and convenient.

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We pay $18.00 per load, it is a flat fee which is nice.
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We are fortunate enough to have a free dump free.

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We are currently paying $20 per dump visit it has went up over the past four years from 10

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we are fortunate to be able to dump for free. at our local dump we get 2 free dumps a day

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I have a dumpster that I dump debris in and charge a fee to help with cost

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Our landfill for class III debris is $28 ton. Luckily I'm able to drop for free at a few of my friends properties

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I buy an unlimited dump pass for the year which is 65$ which is pretty sweet and you get unlimited dumps. Last year I spent so much money dumping fees at random sites. This unlimited dump should save me money this year.
 
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