Do you have more yard debris than you can handle? For a fee, you can also drop off yard debris materials including grass clippings, brush, weeds, plant prunings, branches, stumps, pine needles, pine cones and sod, at the following locations. Knott Landfill also accepts wood waste which they chip up for fuel. Usable wood should be donated. Contact directly for more information on rates and hours of operation:

Deschutes Recycling
Located at Knott Landfill
61050 SE 27th Street
Bend, OR 97702
541-388-1910

Negus Transfer Station

2400 NE Maple Way
Redmond, OR 97756
541-548-7232

Northwest Transfer Station
8200 Fryrear Road
Sisters, OR 97759
541-548-3437

Southwest Transfer Station
54580 S Hwy 97
La Pine, OR 97739
541-317-3163

FireFree Program

To support Central Oregon in preparing for wildland fires, FireFree partners with the Deschutes County Department of Solid Waste and Deschutes Recycling to provide limited free yard debris recycling days at Knott Landfill and Transfer Stations. All collected yard debris is either composted or used for biomass fuel. Visit FireFree for more information.

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