PHOENIX PUBLIC WORKS

Trash, recycling days to change for 80% of Phoenix residents

Posted 9/8/22

Beginning Monday, Oct. 3, the Phoenix Public Works Department will implement new trash and recycling collection days citywide.

The change will “maximize efficiencies and customer …

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PHOENIX PUBLIC WORKS

Trash, recycling days to change for 80% of Phoenix residents

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Beginning Monday, Oct. 3, the Phoenix Public Works Department will implement new trash and recycling collection days citywide.

The change will “maximize efficiencies and customer service,” a city release stated.

City officials said the change will affect 80% of the community’s customers.

Residents are encouraged to visit  Phoenix.gov/PublicWorks to access the citywide map to find their new collection day. Residents will also receive a post card with this information mailed to them.

The city reminds residents to place their containers at the curb for collection by 5:30 a.m. on the scheduled day of collection. Containers should be placed at least 4-feet apart and away from obstructions, according to the city.

No service changes are planned at this time to the quarterly bulk trash program.