Compost and Yard Waste
Leaves, vegetable and fruit waste can be delivered to the Dodge County Transfer Station during operating hours. There is no charge for residents and businesses in Dodge County. All waste must be de-bagged by the customer. Dodge County employees convert this waste to usable compost. Leaves and kitchen scrap can also be composted at home using simple composting steps.
2017 Yard Waste window stickers for your vehicle are available at the Transfer Station Office.
- Dodge County Residents - FREE
- Out of County $25.00
Brush and trees can be delivered to the Dodge County Transfer Station during operating hours.
Residential Brush - $6.00 CY Commercial Brush - $12.00 CY
If you have organics/food waste from businesses, industry, school cafeterias, grocery stores, restaurants, etc. there is opportunity for organics collection in Dodge County. Ask your hauler if they offer this service.
Using compost can save you time and money.
Composting is the decomposition of plant remains and other once-living materials to make an earthy, dark, crumbly substance that is excellent for adding to houseplants or enriching garden soil. Yard and food wastes make up approximately 30% of the waste stream in the United States. Composting is the way to recycle your yard and kitchen wastes, and is a critical step in reducing the volume of garbage needlessly sent to landfills or disposal.
Compost improves low quality soils by adding stable organic matter. Plants grow healthier and the user saves by reducing the need to use fertilizers and pesticides.
Dodge County Compost is a well-balanced slow-release nutrient material with equal portions of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash. Call 507-634-7875 to see if Compost is available for purchase at the Transfer Station/Recycling Center at 62236 240th Ave, Kasson.