Bedford’s Compost Center Expands Saturday Hours Through April

A tree down on Beverly Road during one of March’s Nor’easters – Courtesy image (c) 2018 all rights reserved

Submitted by the Town of Bedford

The Department of Public Works is expanding its Yard Waste program to help residents clear their property of tree branches and other yard waste that Old Man Winter left behind.

The DPW is opening the Compost Center every Saturday in April from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Friday, April 6, is the last day to deliver fallen tree branches to the DPW dumpsters in the parking lot on Mudge Way. Branches can be dropped off any time from dawn to dusk at the two designated dumpsters. The DPW will empty the containers as needed.

The DPW is postponing the Curbside Yard Waste Collection until the week of April 23-27.

More information is available at the DPW’s website: https://www.bedfordma.gov/department-of-public-works.


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