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City of Phoenix Recycling Information
The city of Phoenix offers a weekly recycling collection, that occurs on the same day as landfill container collection, but using different trucks to avoid contamination. Collected recyclables are brought to the city-owned Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) where they are sorted and processed for repurposing.
City of Phoenix Green Waste Diversion
This Phoenix program provides a new large, tan container for your yard waste, such as grass clippings, twigs, branches and shrubs. This program is perfect for households that have weekly landscaping maintenance and/or own large properties.
Phoenix Multi-Family Recycling & Eco-Stations
Phoenix residents and businesses are encouraged to use the Eco-stations to place their recyclables at any time. Eco-stations are huge roll-off bins, strategically placed in city-owned parks and near clusters of multi-family housing complexes.
Recycling Search Tool
Earth 911 is a searchable recycling database for regular recycling, and other uncommon items as well! Simply type in your item and your zip code to get a list of resources! We always recommend calling before you head over to ensure the entry is up to date.
Incorporating Recycling & Composting into your Special Event
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So you are ready to start diverting waste from your event – congratulations & welcome to the wild world of garbage! Taking this important step towards greening your event will give you a better understanding of the materials your event produces, and ways to reduce the impact that events have on our community.
This guide is designed to give event organizers tools and ideas on how to divert recyclable, compostable and reusable items from the waste stream of events in the metro Phoenix area.
Phoenix Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Events
The City of Phoenix holds collection events for household hazardous waste and electronics nine months out of twelve each year. Effective September 1st 2017, Residential customers will be allowed up to two CRT units per month, per household free of charge. For more information, please contact the Customer Contact Center at 602-262-6251. Guidelines and schedules are found in the link below.