The Croton-on-Hudson Department of Public Works (DPW) begins a new yard waste collection program next month. The new program provides residents with the convenience of disposing of leaves, twigs and small branches, shrub and hedge trimmings & flowers—all at once—in biodegradable paper bags or open top garbage cans (free biodegradable bags will NOT be given out until fall).
In a recent email to residents, DPW Supervisor Ken Kraft notes that “grass clippings should be left on the lawn” by mulching. Additionally, Mr. Kraft indicates that “any yard waste put out with the regular garbage will not be picked up” and “any yard waste in plastic bags will also not be picked up”.
Residents are urged to only place yard waste on their curbs the day before their pick up day, according to the following schedule:
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