What can and can not go into the yard waste bag/bin?

To be accepted as yard waste, the material must consist of grass, leaves, pine needles, pinecones, thatch, vines, weeds, and branches or other such fresh yard waste type material, not putrefied. Woody material must be no more than 3 inches in diameter and not extend outside the approved collection container. Customers are cautioned that yard material may not contain any of the following: sod (beyond small amounts), rocks, dirt, gravel, concrete, glass, metal, plastic bags, household solid waste and recyclables, animal feces, paint residue, Christmas or holiday decorations, paper, flocking, dimensional lumber, stumps/roots.

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1. Can I have more than one?
2. How can I sign up?
3. I saw on the news that the Seattle area can take meat, pizza boxes, cooked food, ect can I also?
4. What are the prices for a Yard waste bin/bag?
5. What are the seasons?
6. What can and can not go into the yard waste bag/bin?
7. What does "Too Heavy" mean?
8. Where can I purchase Yard waste bags?
9. Why can't you take dirt and rocks in the yard waste bin/bag?