There is no fee for leaf and yard trimmings drop-off.
Our leaf bunker is accessible to vehicles from our first entrance on Redmond Rd. Simply drive up to the bunker and unload your material.
You may drop off leaves and yard debris in the leaf bunker during business hours. Paper grocery bags and compostable leaf bags (available at hardware stores and garden centers) are acceptable. If using a plastic bag for transport, please empty the contents of the bag and take it with you.
If you have invasive, noxious, or diseased plants: Our composting process involves high enough temperatures to ensure destruction of spores and seeds. Please call 802-503-7926 if you have noxious plants (such as poison ivy, poison parsnip, etc.) so we can handle the material appropriately. Exercise extra caution when handling noxious plants, the sap from which can cause severe burns or blindness. If using plastic bags, you MUST empty the plant out of the bag and dispose of the bag yourself.
View our page on invasive, noxious, and diseased plants for more information, including how to identify common varieties in Chittenden County.
Beginning on Oct. 19th, Green Mountain Compost will temporarily stop accepting residential food scrap drop-offs.