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Yard Waste Removal

Have you recently been gardening or landscaping that left dirt and debris all over the place? Do you just have a bunch of garbage and clutter in your yard that you didn't have time to clean up?
Yard waste can be of different shapes. Whether it's piles of leaves, garden weeds, or something else, taking out your yard waste can be a daunting task.

A growing number of laws that prohibit the disposal of yard waste in landfills are forcing local waste collectors not to accept bags filled with leaves, grass clippings and wood debris.Keeping yard waste on your property can dampen your curb appeal.

Fortunately, you have options to get rid of this waste.
Yard Waste Removal
Yard Waste Removal
First Junk Removal Company will take care of everything from start to finish.
First Junk Removal Company will take care of everything from start to finish. We take care of all the heavy lifting, loading, clearing, cleaning, transport and disposal. This means that all you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch your yard trash nightmares disappear.
Yard Waste Removal
We will make sure that your yard waste is removed and disposed of in an eco-friendly way.

We haul any of those unwanted yard debris you have, including: leaves, grass clippings, twigs and many other yard debris(except hazardous waste).

We Remove Almost All Types of Yard Waste, Including:


Holiday Trees


Tree Lugs

Tree Branches



Weeds & Plants

Yard Debris

Blackberry Bushes


Items We Do Not Accept:

Items we DO NOT ACCEPT are hazardous materials. This including chemicals, gasoline, oils, paints, solvents, asbestos or asbestos containing materials, full propane tanks or any types of toxic waste.

We are family owned and operated. Licensed, insured and bonded professionals. We promise to get the job done fast, efficient and with transparent price.


What is yard waste?
Yard waste, also known as green waste or biological waste, is any plant or organic waste left over from lawns and landscaping. These include leaves, grass clippings, shrubs, twigs, garden waste, tree trunks, holiday trees, and tree or shrub clippings.
How to get rid of garbage from the yard?
When creating a pristine landscape, tons of green waste are left behind.
And after a day of field work, the piles of yard debris around your property can overshadow well-mowed lawns and neatly trimmed bushes.

Here are some tips on how you can get rid of yard waste:

  • Make sure your garbage collection service offers yard pick-up.
  • Rent a trash can for the day.
  • Hire a garbage collection company to do all the hard work for you.
  • Dispose of your yard waste at home.
  • If it's legal, incinerate green waste on your property.

Of course, all types of green waste are individual and can be handled in different ways.

How to get rid of tree branches?
A popular way to dispose of tree limbs is to run them through a wood shredder. Once the branches are broken, the wood chips can be spread over gardens and plants as a homemade moisturizing mulch.

In some cities, communal wood chippers operate to rid residents of green waste. Find out if your city has a yard waste collection program and if local collectors offer yard waste collection services.
How to dispose of garden pruning?
If garden pruning accumulates in your area, recycling it is the most sustainable option.
Here are 5 ways to recycle your garden clippings:

  1. Use green waste in compost heaps.
  2. Use the trimmings as a moisturizing mulch.
  3. Leave the clippings on your lawn to keep out the clippings.
  4. Schedule pickup at local recycling companies.
  5. Rent a garbage truck to transport your trash from your yard to a recycling facility.

Don't let pruning go to waste - recycling is good for you and the world.
Is it illegal to throw away garden waste?

Also known as "fly dumping" or "fly tipping", garden dump or any other green waste anywhere other than the permitted waste collection area is illegal. Instead of dumping garden waste on the site to which it belongs, several alternative methods are used that are safe and environmentally friendly. These methods include:

  • Composting
  • Recycling
  • Using waste as a mulch
  • Waste container rental
  • Scheduling collection at your local garbage truck or garbage colle
How our service works:
1. Schedule your First Junk Removal Company service online or by calling 1-425-999-7179.

2. We will call you 20-30 minutes before your scheduled time to let you know exactly when to expect us.

3. When we arrive, we'll take a look at the items you want to be removed and provide you with an up-front all-inclusive price.

4. We'll remove your items, being sure to only touch the items we're taking away, and sweep up the area. We'll then collect payment once the job is complete.