Click below for the 2017/2018 City of Phoenix Bulk Trash Schedule 2017-2018 Bulk Trash Pickup 2017-2018 Bulk Trash Pickup Page 2  What is bulk trash? Bulk trash consists of materials that are too large and must not be placed in the garbage or recycling container. Materials such as furniture, large appliances and large amounts of vegetation are often considered bulk trash. Bulk trash is currently collected from city-serviced residences four times each year. Materials cannot be placed out for collection more than one week prior to the week of collection, since it is important to keep neighborhoods and our city looking clean and beautiful. Unacceptable Items:Read More →

What is bulk trash? Bulk trash consists of materials that are too large and must not be placed in the garbage or recycling container. Materials such as furniture, large appliances and large amounts of vegetation are often considered bulk trash. Bulk trash is currently collected from city-serviced residences four times each year. Materials cannot be placed out for collection more than one week prior to the week of collection, since it is important to keep neighborhoods and our city looking clean and beautiful. Unacceptable Items: Household hazardous waste (pesticides, pool chemicals, large amounts of paint, etc.) Bricks, concrete, dirt, rocks, asphalt Roofing shingles/tiles, construction materials inRead More →

Drain and Backwash Pools Legally* Here’s How: When you need to backwash your pool filter or drain the pool, try to use the water to irrigate landscaping. Do not drain pool water into the streets, alleys, washes, ditches, or other city of Phoenix right of ways.* (These are part of the storm drain system.) NOTE: Take care when using pool water to irrigate landscaping plants since it contains more salt and chlorine than tap water. Allow the chlorine to ‘burn off’ for a day or two before using the water for landscaping purposes. If you have to drain a large amount of water – suchRead More →

What is bulk trash? Bulk trash consists of materials that are too large and must not be placed in the garbage or recycling container. Materials such as furniture, large appliances and large amounts of vegetation are often considered bulk trash. Bulk trash is currently collected from city-serviced residences four times each year. Materials cannot be placed out for collection more than one week prior to the week of collection, since it is important to keep neighborhoods and our city looking clean and beautiful. Unacceptable Items: Household hazardous waste (pesticides, pool chemicals, large amounts of paint, etc.) Bricks, concrete, dirt, rocks, asphalt Roofing shingles/tiles, construction materials inRead More →