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Posted on: April 9, 2020

UPDATED: GFL curbside compost pickup restarts on Tuesday, April 14

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After temporarily suspending all curbside compost services last week, GFL has reversed course and will restart the service with its Tuesday, April 14 routes. GFL will therefore continue to provide all curbside trash, recycling, compost and bulk services into the near future, despite problems encountered during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, the City of Taylor’s Transfer and Compost Facility, 16300 Racho Road south of Eureka, will continue to be open and accept compost drop offs during regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., Mondays through Saturdays.

There are special rules for compost drop offs at the transfer station:

  • You must be a resident and show identification at the entrance
  • Drop offs should stop at the gate, wait in the vehicle with their windows rolled up, and just show your ID to the gate attendant through your closed window
  • During this COVID-19 pandemic, compost drop offs will be free and will not count against your annual single-drop limit
  • There will be no help or assistance upon dropping compost, in an effort to keep both residents and employees safe.

The City of Taylor and GFL continue to closely monitor the developments of the COVID-19 outbreak. We will be sure to keep you up-to-date on any impacts to your service, and let you know when those currently suspended resume.

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