What is the difference between brush and bulky trash?

Brush is cuttings or trimmings, individual pieces no exceeding 6 inches in diameter or 6 feet in length, from trees, shrubs, or laws and similar materials, which also may include yard trash consisting of leaves, twigs, and other similar objects.

Bulky trash is furniture, appliances, (freon removed, if applicable), mattresses, small household trash that is bagged or containerized, and other household objects too large for routine placement in normal compaction-type collection vehicles via the provided cart. This does not include household garbage (bagged or un-bagged), wet solid waste, construction debris, automotive parts, soil, rocks, stones, tires, electronics, or household hazardous waste (e.g. chemicals, paints, fuel).

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1. What is the difference between brush and bulky trash?
2. Who can set out brush and bulky trash
3. Where can I view my pickup schedule?
4. How can I request a trash or recycle cart?
5. Who do I contact with questions about my garbage bill?
6. How to report a missed trash, recycling or yard waste pickup?
7. Does Solid Waste pick up on holidays?
8. What is solid waste?