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Gaston Tree Debris Recycling, a Gaston family business, extends our renowned tree services from our inception in 1972 to the heart of Marion County. In the wake of regulations prohibiting the landfill disposal of tree debris, our family spearheaded the creation of Florida’s first tree debris recycling center. Since 1985, we have committed ourselves to enhancing Marion County’s natural beauty and environmental health, promoting green waste recycling as a cornerstone of our operations.

Our Marion County Tree Debris Pickup & Drop-off Services

No project is too ambitious or modest for our team. Residents of Marion County with green waste need only to contact us for comprehensive support. For smaller tasks, our team is prepared to collect and transport debris to our Marion County recycling facilities. Larger undertakings are met with our full suite of services, including onsite grinding and the removal of waste to our recycling center. These efforts breathe new life into tree debris, transforming it into mulch and chips for our esteemed Gaston Mulch and Soil offerings.

Gaston team

Gaston’s Dedication to Marion County’s Environment

Trees enrich our environment and communities, offering essential benefits from ecological balance to aesthetic beauty. However, managing tree debris is crucial for the safety and enjoyment of our surroundings. Unmanaged debris compromises the beauty and functionality of our yards—a challenge Gaston is ready to meet. Through our tree debris pickup and recycling services, we strive to maintain the natural beauty of Marion County. Reconnect with the joy and beauty of your outdoor space by reaching out to Gaston for premier cleaning and hauling services today.

Schedule a Pickup or Drop-off

To schedule a pickup or drop-off, contact:

Levin Gaston
(352) 494-6918

or, complete the following form:

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Select all that apply. Please understand that we reserve the right to charge a $50 fee if a truck has to refuse a load.
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