Monday, August 6, 2012

Deschutes Recycling and Knott Landfill Closed Labor Day

Deschutes Recycling and Knott Landfill will be closed on Monday, September 3, 2012 in observance of Labor Day.

The facilities will re-open on Tuesday, September 4 at 7:00 a.m.

For more information regarding the products and services Deschutes Recycling has to offer, visit or call 541-388-1910.

Newport Avenue Market & Deschutes Recycling Sponsor Bring Your Own Bucket Event

Saturday, August 11, 2012 from 10am - 12pm, Customers are invited to come down to Newport Avenue Market in Bend and bring their own 5 gallon bucket to fill with Deschutes Recycling's ReGrow compost for Free, (while supplies last).

ReGrow compost is a nutrient rich product made from locally recycled yard trimmings, recycled food and vegetable trimmings. 

Deschutes Recycling receives and processes approximately 10 tons of compostable food material each week from local commercial businesses within the Bend & Redmond city limits, including Newport Avenue Market.

Soils amended with ReGrow Compost will provide the benefits of water retention and nutrients, requiring less water and fertilizer, and enabling plants and blooms to grow larger and faster and resist disease.
One cubic yard ReGrow Compost bags will also be available for purchase at Newport Avenue Market. 

New Size Limits for Collection of Stumps

Deschutes Recycling can no longer accept stumps larger than 12" in diameter. Deschutes County Landfill will accept larger stumps at normal disposal rates.

As a reminder, all wood waste and yard debris material must not contain any rocks, dirt or any trash including plastic.   

Sod, free of rocks, is accepted separately from yard debris and wood waste.

Delivery of all finished products is available Monday - Saturday. Compost products include SoilBuilder, BioFine and ReGrow compost and all of them are available for sale by the one cubic foot bag or by the yard.

For more information on rates and other products Deschutes Recycling has to offer, please call 541-388-1910.