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Biomass Pile / Fuels Reduction
Thank you all for your contribution to the Fall Burn (Biomass) Pile!
Please check back at a later time for Spring 2023 dates.
The biomass collection for green waste at Turtle Rock Park is scheduled to be open again on Saturday, April 16. The spring schedule is listed below:
Opening Date: TBD
Closing Date: TBD
Days Open: TBD
County personnel will be on site during open hours to monitor the use. Check in procedures will be modified to provide adequate social distancing due to the COVID-19 situation. County staff will not be able to assist in unloading materials.
Please note that burned vegetation will not be accepted at the Burn Pile.
The Biomass Pile is typically held twice a year, in the spring and fall for Alpine County residents and is free of charge. The event is provided by Alpine County Department of Public Works in cooperation with Eastern Alpine Fire / Rescue and Alpine Fire Safe Council.
Not Accepted Materials
- Bently Ranch: 775-782-4513
- Carson City Landfill: 775-887-2355
- Douglas Disposal: 775-782-5713
- Alpine Fire Safe Council: 530-694-1879
- Full Circle Compost: 775-267-5305
- South Lake Tahoe Refuse: 530-541-5105
- USFS Guard Station - 530-694-2142
- Burn permits
For more information, please contact Alpine County Community Development at 530-694-2140.