Bulk trash is offered to Eloy residents once a month free of charge; no commercial accounts.
For all City of Eloy residents, bulk trash pickup is on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
For ease of service, Waste Connections of Arizona provides a scheduling widget (above) for residents to schedule bulk trash pickup. Otherwise, you may call Public Works 1-7 days in advance to schedule bulk trash pickup. Cut-off time is 12:00 pm (noon) the day prior to pick up.
Listed below are tips for scheduling bulk trash pickup.
Residents must have their City utility account up-to-date in order to receive pickup.
Bulk trash must be placed in front of the property next to the street, but not blocking the sidewalk. Bulk trash that is placed in the alley or on a neighboring vacant lot will NOT be picked up.
Residents are asked not to place their materials out for pick up more than 48 hours in advance.
Please contact Public Works at 520.466.3082 to schedule bulk trash pickup or any questions you may have.
Acceptable items include:
Cardboard and / or wooden boxes
Landscape / yard waste
• hedge clippings, palm fronds (must be bundled) • leaves, weeds, grass and small clippings (must be bagged or boxed) • tree limbs and branches (less than 4 feet long & 12 inches in diameter, bundled)
Metal materials (20 pounds or less)
Pipe (less than one inch in diameter and less than four feet in length)
Twenty-five pounds or less of construction or demolition solid waste (generated by a resident)
Manufactured items, such as washers, dryers, water heaters, and other appliances or equipment (NOT containing refrigerants)
Items NOT acceptable include:
Lead acid batteries
Cement, cement blocks, bricks, asphalt, stones and / or dirt
Pipe (over one inch in diameter or over four feet in length)
Vehicle or equipment parts (in excess of 20 pounds)
Metal material in excess of 20 pounds
ANY construction and demolition solid waste (generated by a contractor)
More than 25 pounds of construction and demolition solid waste (generated by a resident)
Any other items that cannot be handled by two people