New Disposal Options Now In Effect--Find Out If Your City is
Participating in Drop-Off Programs
Options for the disposal of household hazardous waste, electronics, bulk waste and yard waste have changed as of October 1, 2013. Find out if your city is participating in drop-off programs.
Guidelines for Participating Cities
What Kind of Waste is Accepted?
Yard waste, home furniture and furnishings, white goods (appliances) and woody items (fencing and lumber). Also, household hazardous waste (paints, solvents, oil, etc.) and used electronics (computers, televisions) are accepted, but must be kept separate from bulk trash.
What Kind of Trash is Not Accepted?
Garbage, explosives, radioactive materials, biohazardous waste and dead animals are prohibited. Tires are no longer accepted as part of the Bulk Waste/Yard Waste Drop-Off program. Business-generated trash is not accepted.
What Documentation is Required?
Proof of residency (current driver’s license/photo ID) and one of the following: Current utility bill (water, electricity, cable, telephone) and/or tax notice (name and addressmust match). Any users without the required proof of residency will be denied access; residents without the required proof of residency.
Is There a Charge?
No, the program is free for residents of participating cities.
However, there is a 4-visit limit per resident per month.
Where Are Stations Located?
North Station: 2780 N. Powerline Rd., Pompano Beach
Central Station: 5490 Reese Rd., Davie
South Station: 5601 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd., West Park
Hours of Operation: Saturdays Only, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Responsibility and Limitations
Residents are required to offload and place material in the dumpster themselves, and must abide by the unloading directions of the site supervisor. Children under the age of 16 are not permitted in the loading area. Care and caution should be exercised at all times.