Drop Off Yard Materials

What we accept:

DIRT

CONCRETE

MIXED LOAD

BRUSH

MUD

OVERSIZED CONCRETE

Save time and drop off material at our yard

Drop off your cement, dirt, and brush without leaving the city

Dirt/Sod - $36.00/YD

We accept:

• Clean dirt (WAC 173-350-100)
• Subsoil
• Silt that breaks apart when handled
• Grass with roots and dirt
• No plastics
• No trash
• No metal
• No wood
• No contaminated soil

Brush - $24.00/YD
We accept:

• Clean greens
• Branches, and debris from trees
• Shrubs and bushes
• Leaves, grass clippings, plant materials
• Prunings
• Christmas trees
• Tree round - no bigger than 18 inches

Concrete - $45.00/YD
We accept:

• Small pieces of concrete
• Clean concrete
• Less than 2 ft. and no thicker than 8 inches
• Brick and hardened asphalt
• No rebar
• No trash
• No metal
• No grass
• No wood
• No paint

Oversized Dirty Concrete - $60.00/YD

We accept:

• Concrete larger than 24 inches
• No thicker than 12 inches
• Can have rebar but must be cut
• Most commonly, foundation pieces
• A little dirt is OK
• Fence post - wood must be cut away from the concrete

Mud - $45.00/YD

We accept:

• Mud
• No plastics
• No trash
• No metal
• No wood
• No "soup", not liquid

Sandy Loam - $30.00/YD

We accept:

• Sand, clay, and silt particles
• Clean dirt (WAC 173-350-100)
• Clean fill
• No metal
• No concrete
• No contaminants
• No roots

Mixed Load - $70.00/YD

We accept:

• A mixture of concrete, dirt or brush
• No plastics
• No trash
• No metal

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DO I DROP OFF MATERIAL?

Load materials in a truck, bed or back of your car
Park + pay
If you have a trailer, pull up in the drop off yard and park so you don't block the people coming in behind you
Unload your material and be on your way

DO I HAVE TO SEPARATE BRUSH AND DIRT?

It depends, at a higher cost you can drop it off mixed for a higher drop-off cost because we will have to do the separating. If you'd like to save a bit of money you can this at home before you come in, and this courtesy is appreciated by our yard staff.

WHAT DOES "CLEAN DIRT" MEAN?

CLICK HERE to learn more about clean dirt.