Yard Debris Removal | Medford, OR | Rogue Disposal & Recycling
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Curbside Yard Debris Services

Now that the grass is cut, the weeds are pulled and the shrubs are pruned, what do you do with all that stuff? Simple. With yard debris recycling from Rogue Disposal & Recycling, just toss it into your 95-gallon green-lid cart, roll it to the curb and we’ll take care of the rest. If it grows, it goes!

Yard Debris Service at a Glance

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  • Subscription Service with a One-Year Commitment
  • Pickup Every-Other Week
  • Green-Lid 95-Gallon Roll Cart
  • Grass and Floral Clippings, Leaves, Vegetation, Weeds, Brush and Woody Material
  • Options For Additional Yard Debris Collection

Service Rates

Monthly Cost Billing
$ 7.42 Billed to your regular trash service
$ 1.55 Cost for adding a second cart, plus $4.27 for each pickup.

Do you have extra yard debris? You can receive an additional cart to use as needed. Just pay the minimal rental fee and we’ll only charge you per pickup.

User Guide

Cart Pickup Schedule

Yard debris is collected every-other week on the same day your garbage is collected. If you also have commingled recycling (red lid roll cart), your yard debris will be picked up on alternating weeks. There is a small fee for yard debris service and a commitment of one calendar year is required.

Yard Debris Basics

Because a robotic arm is used to empty your card, there are a few key things to keep in mind to ensure collection.

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  1. DO NOT bag your yard debris.
  2. Make sure the cart is level-full. Everything must fit completely inside the cart and the lid must be closed.
  3. Have your cart out by 6:30 am on your scheduled pickup day. Place the roll cart with the wheels flush against the sidewalk or shoulder — or up on the sidewalk if you have a bike lane — with the white arrows pointing toward the street.
  4. Make sure everything inside the roll cart is able to fall freely when emptied.
  5. Keep the cart 3’ from other carts and clear from obstructions — including 10’ away from trees, basketball hoops and power lines. Carts should be spaced at least 5’ away from cars.

Materials Accepted

Grass and Floral Clippings

Leaves

Vegetation and Weeds

Garden Waste

Brush and Woody Material — up to 4” in diameter and 48” long

Materials Not Accepted

No Dirt, Rocks, Concrete or Sod

No Bark

No Plastic Bags

No Pots & Plant Trays

No Processed Wood

No Trash

Residential Yard Debris FAQs

Can I put rocks and sod in my yard debris roll cart?

Can I put rocks and sod in my yard debris roll cart?

No. Due to their heavy weight and inability to break down into compost, rocks and sod cannot go in your yard debris cart.

Is this my recycling week or my yard debris week?

Is this my recycling week or my yard debris week?

Enter your address here and get the full schedule.

How do I report a missed pickup?

How do I report a missed pickup?

To report a missed trash, recycling or yard debris pickup, please call 541.779.4161 or contact us and a customer service representative will be happy to help you. Phone hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

How do I sign up for automatic payments?

How do I sign up for automatic payments?

Easy, just click here and follow the instructions.

I’d like to start yard debris service. What do I need to do?

I’d like to start yard debris service. What do I need to do?

Easy! Just click here to get started — you can sign up for service online.

My roll cart is damaged. How do I get it fixed?

My roll cart is damaged. How do I get it fixed?

If your roll cart is damaged or no longer usable, just give us a call at 541.779.4161, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. You can also send us an email (be sure and include your full name and service address) or complete and submit this online form.

Where can I find information on backyard composting?

Where can I find information on backyard composting?

If you are interested in backyard composting, be sure and check out our demonstration site next to the Recycling Center at the Transfer Station — 8001 Table Rock Road in White City. For detailed information, visit the Jackson County Recycling Partnership.

Can I recycle my Christmas tree?

Can I recycle my Christmas tree?

Yes! If you already use our yard debris recycling service, just cut up the tree and put it in your roll cart to be composted. Please note we cannot take any trees that are flocked and all decorations and tinsel must be removed.

If you’d like our drivers to pick up your tree, you need to call our office to schedule the pickup and authorize the charge. To schedule a pickup, call 541.779.4161.

You can also drop off your Christmas tree at the Transfer Station. Just make sure there’s no flocking, no ornaments and no tinsel. As this is considered yard debris, the drop-off cost is $7. Once you're on site, simply pay at the pay station, get your access code and drive to the yard debris depot and drop off your tree.

And remember, the Boy Scouts and other community groups also offer tree collection and disposal.

In the fall, is it OK to fill my entire roll cart with leaves?

In the fall, is it OK to fill my entire roll cart with leaves?

Absolutely! The thing to remember, though, is that they need to be loose. No bagged leaves — or bags of any kind — in your green-lid yard debris roll cart.

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