St. Croix County does NOT have a compost site where residents can drop-off leaves, brush, and grass clippings. Consider at-home disposal options like composting and mulching.

Why Compost?

  • 25% of American household waste is food scraps that can be composted
  • Prevent methane pollution, which is a major factor in global warming 
  • Save resources, landfill space, enrich soil and return valuable material to the earth

Mix into your garden or flower beds to improve plant growth or over the top of soil and embankments to reduce erosion.

How to Compost

Visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) website for their detailed publications on home composting. Here are some resources to get you started:

Home Compost Bin and Kitchen Counter Organics Pail Sale

Quantities are limited. This is a seasonal sales program that runs from November to April. At the end of April, you will be notified via email with pick-up options. 

Place your order on-line

Compost Bin photo

Home Compost Bin + Lid
$65.00 + tax

  • Includes “Composting Cookbook”
  • Assembly is less than 10-minutes 
  • Made of 100% recycled plastic
  • Holds 60 gallons of material
  • 33” in diameter and 33” tall (approximately)

Kitchen Katcher photo

Kitchen Counter Organics Pail + Lid
$28.00 + tax

  • Stainless steel
  • 10" diameter x 8.5" height
  • 1-gallon capacity
  • Dishwater-safe