Mcneil Wood & Yard Waste Depot

Chittenden Solid Waste District

111 Intervale Rd, Burlington, VT 05401 • (802) 864-7446

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Mcneil Wood & Yard Waste Depot is located at 111 Intervale Rd, Burlington, VT 05401.

The McNeil Generating Station accepts clean wood and yard debris at no charge at their Wood & Yard Waste Depot.
NOTE: There is a limit of 6 cubic yards of leaf and non-woody yard debris per trip (leaves and trimmings, with twigs no larger than 1/4 inch in diameter).

Dumping mechanisms are allowed.


Clean wood is mulched or burned as fuel next door at the McNeil Generating Plant.

Lumber and pallets that have never been painted, stained, treated, or glued, maximum 8 feet in length

Tree limbs, trunks, clean stumps, and brush; 1/4 inch to 2 feet in diameter, max 6 feet in length; free of dirt and stones
YARD DEBRIS must be divided into two categories and disposed of in the proper bunker:

The LEAF bunker:
Small twigs and yard and garden debris such as leaves, garden plants, sawdust, clean and undyed mulch, etc. Woody twigs up to 1/4 inch in diameter are also allowed. Larger wood should be deposited in the “clean wood” area.

The GRASS bunker:
Grass clippings, hay, straw, dirty undyed mulch, and sod.

To contact Mcneil Wood & Yard Waste Depot, call (802) 864-7446, or view more information below. Looking for more locations in Burlington, VT? Scroll down to see a listing of waste locations and handlers towards the bottom of this page.

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Street Address

111 Intervale Rd
Burlington, VT 05401
United States


P: (802) 864-7446

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