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clearwatercomposting.com

 

 

 

Location

3965 Industrial Way

Lewiston, Idaho 83501

 

 

 

Hours of Operation

Sunday – Saturday ( 7 days a week )

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

 

 

Mailing Address

PO Box 9126

Moscow, ID 83843

Phone

(208) 413-6020

 

 

 

Directions:

Head east on E Main St off of HWY 12

Make a right on Lapwai Rd

Make a left turn on E. Main Street

When the road forks, stay to the right

This is Industrial Way

Take Industrial Way to the end and

Clearwater Composting will be to your left.

 

 

 

Holiday Schedule

Clearwater Composting observes the following holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksiving Day
  • Christmas Day

Links

Herbicide In Compost

Persistent Herbicides In Manure
& Animal Bedding

Trash In Compost

Facility Procedures

Each vehicle entering the facility will need to weigh in and out and license plates will be recorded. This is to provide the City of Lewiston with accurate numbers on materials received.

Landscape contractors will be required to pay a fee. Please contact Clearwater Composting for details.

Out of county residents will be required to pay a fee of $43.75/ton. For loads under 227 lbs, there will be a minimum fee of $5.

Service for Nez Perce County residents is free except for those living in Culdesac and Lapwai who are required to pay the out of county fee.

Service for Clarkston residents is free.

Lewiston residents: Please bring copy of your City utility bill.

Clarkston residents: Please bring copy of your City utility bill.

County residents: Please bring copy of your tax assessment.

 

Acceptable

Materials

  • Bark
  • Weeds
  • Leaves & branches
    (12″ dia max)
  • Hay or straw
  • Grass & garden clippings
  • Agricultural waste
  • Brush/Shrub trimmings
  • Animal bedding & manure
  • Christmas trees, decor free
  • Saw dust
    (from untreated lumber)
  • Clean wood waste(untreated lumber, no metal)
Unacceptable

Materials

  • Sod
  • Stumps
  • Pet feces
  • Dirt or rocks
  • Treated lumber
  • Construction debris
  • Food-contaminated items
  • Plastic bags, boxes or twine
  • Kitchen waste or food scraps