Residents can get nutrient-rich compost and mulch to use for their.
Residents and commercial haulers can drop off leaves, grass, sod, topsoil, garden refuse, pumpkins, and non-elm branches, stumps and tree trimmings. This helps keep yard waste out of the Landfill and produces high quality, nutrient-rich product that is used to keep Saskatoon parks and community gardens healthy and treenotch.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. Thanks to everyone who used the drop-off sites this year, keeping quality compostable material out of the landfill and contributing to Saskatoon's waste diversion target.
These tiny creatures occur naturally in our soils and yard waste.
Don't send your Christmas Tree to the landfill. Take it to a City drop-off site so it can be chipped and composted or used as mulch. Drop-off Sites (December 26 - January 31)Estimated Reading Time: 40 secs. Residents can drop off leaves, grass, sod, topsoil, garden refuse, Halloween pumpkins, and non-elm branches, stumps and tree trimmings at the City’s two compost depots, at no cost.
Sign up for Compost Depot service alerts. Home CompostingEstimated Reading Time: 30 secs. Saskatoon has confirmed a positive case of DED in an elm tree in Lief Erickson Park in the Westmount neighbourhood.
This is the third case of DED in Saskatoon since As part of the City's DED Response Plan, the tree was immediately removed and disposed of at the City Landfill. Read more in the news release dated July 12, Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.