Yard Debris Services
Pride Disposal & Recycling provides regular yard debris collection in participating areas (rural Washington County does not receive yard debris services). Pride provides a 60-gallon roll cart for yard debris. Additional carts can be provided for an additional fee per month. Yard debris includes all non-food material that grows in your yard.
Yard Debris Guide
Extra Yard Debris
If you anticipate having large quantities of yard debris, additional Pride roll carts are available (with a one-year commitment and monthly fee). You may also use heavy-duty paper yard debris bags or personal cans that are no heavier than 60 lbs. when full, and no larger than 32 gallons. Any extra yard debris that does not fit within your cart (with the lid closed) may generate an extra charge when collected. Please do not include any plastic bags—even if labeled “compostable” or “biodegradable”—with your yard debris.
Christmas Trees & Wreaths
Christmas trees and wreaths can be placed in your yard debris cart (make sure to remove all decorations, metal frames, and non-organic material). If the tree does not fit inside your cart, you can leave it at the curb in place of your cart and we will pick it up at no charge. If the tree is over 5 feet tall, it must be cut in half. If you leave your tree at the curb in addition to your yard debris cart, you will incur an additional charge.
Note for Beaverton Residents
The City of Beaverton has started a yard debris and food compost program, which means that in addition to the materials on the YES list below, you may be able to include food waste and other, additional items in your cart. The expanded program only applies if your home is within Beaverton city limits. It does not apply to your service if you have a “Beaverton” address but are located in unincorporated Washington County. If you’re unsure whether this expanded program covers your home, please contact us. Material collected from customers outside of Beaverton goes to different facilities for processing, and food is not allowed at those facilities. For a full list of acceptable materials in Beaverton click here.