• RECYCLING SERVICE PROGRAM

    Single Family Homes & Multi-Family Residences of 8 or Fewer Units
    The City of Miami Beach provides single-stream recycling services to single family homes and buildings of 8 or fewer units with pick up on Wednesdays.

    Multi-Family Residences with 9 or More Units & Commercial Establishments
    Residents of Miami Beach who reside in a building with more than 8 units are required by County Ordinance to hire, by means of a contract, a private hauler for their regular trash pick-up, recycling and bulk pick-up. Additionally, in June 2012, the City Commission adopted a new ordinance that mandates that multi-family residences of 9 or more units and commercial establishments implement a single-stream recycling program by July 1, 2013. As a landlord or condominium association, if you haven’t already done so, you should immediately contact a permitted commercial waste hauler or recycler for recycling services.  You will find several recycling contractors to choose from in the phone book or search online for local vendors that are licensed to operate in the City of Miami Beach.  Or you may want to check with your waste hauler, they may provide recycling service as well.  Service and prices vary widely, so make sure you choose one that meets your particular needs.

    Hazardous Waste
    The City offers two free hazardous waste drop-off events where residents can bring household hazardous waste items, such as old batteries, electronic waste, lightbulbs, paint, insecticides, pool chemicals, propane tanks and more. Additionally, these items can be dropped off Wednesday through Sunday from 9AM to 5PM at one of the County's two Home Chemical Collection Center: 8831 NW 58 Street and 23707 SW 97 Avenue - Gate B.

    For more information, please visit the City's Recycling Website or the Miami-Dade County Solid Waste Management Website

 
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