The Green Grabber doesn't pick up everything! Follow these steps to make sure your items get picked up:
ONLY put out brush during brush weeks. Do not mix anything, including wood boards, fencing, or pallets with brush. Click here for more information.
ONLY put out bulky items during bulk week, which is the first full week of the month.
Separate brush and bulk items; bulky items are only collected during the FIRST FULL WEEK of the month.
Make sure no vehicles are blocking access to material.
Don't stack material underneath or too close to a tree, utility pole, fence, or other structure.
Construction or demolition material (from residential projects ONLY) must be placed in containers, such as a Bagster.
Mixed or small items and paper products must be put in trash bags for regular garbage collection.
Bagged leaves or grass must be put out with regular trash.
Do not tie brush together.
Why didn't the Green Grabber pick up these items?
The Problem: Loose construction debris and trash cannot be picked up by the Green Grabber! The Solution: Place smaller items in trash bags not weighing more than 50 pounds with your regular trash collection. Larger items can be stacked for bulk collection.
The Problem: Lots of loose construction debris that can't be picked up by the Green Grabber! The Solution: Collect residential construction debris in a container like a Bagster or bring the material to the Citizens Collection Center at 1399 Valley View Rd. It's open Thurs/Fri/Sat 9am-6pm. Note: Commercial trash is not collected by the Green Grabber!
The Problem: Brush is too close to the fence! The Solution: Place items away from the fence or other structures so the Green Grabber has room to grab it!
The Problem: Loose construction debris and trash cannot be picked up by the Green Grabber! Plus, this is under a tree! The Solution: Place smaller items in trash bags not weighing more than 50 pounds with your regular trash collection. Be sure to not put items under trees or other structures.
The Problem: More loose debris! The Solution: You know what to do! Put it in a container or bring it to the Citizens Collection Center!