Aerial Photo of McKay Bay Waste to Energy Facility

Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management

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Download the Tampa Trash and Recycling app for real-time updates and service alerts. 

Post-Hurricane Ian, City of Tampa solid waste services and operations will resume regularly scheduled collection Monday, October 3, 2022. 

Resumption of all services excludes the department's bulky waste service, Solid Waste Enhanced Environmental Program, also known as SWEEP. This service is delayed until further notice. A make-up date for residents in the SWEEP zones for Sunday, September 25th and Sunday, October 2nd will be announced as soon as it is available.

All residential curbside collection is resuming normally scheduled services beginning Monday, October 3, 2022. Residential collection includes garbage, recycling and yard waste. 

Special Storm-Related Yard Waste - Please place all storm-related vegetative yard debris curbside in preparation for collection, either in bundles, piles, or in a container. Storm-related yard waste will be collected beginning Monday, October 3, 2022.  

Commercial collection is resuming normally scheduled service beginning Monday, October 3, 2022.

McKay Bay Transfer Station and Scale House located at 114 S. 34th St., will open with normal operating hours beginning Monday, October 3, 2022.

Customers are encouraged to download the Tampa Trash and Recycling app to receive real-time updates on service schedules. Download the app at https://qrco.de/bcYynV.

Hurricane Ian Yard Waste Disposal Options

Hurricane Ian Yard Waste Pick-up

 

Trash and Recycling Cart Placement Reminders

Solid Waste Performance Dashboard

Performance metrics on:

  • Carbon Emissions Reduction
  • McKay Bay Fuel Equivalents and Homes Powered
  • Recycle Tons by Fiscal Year
  • Percent of On-Time Commercial Pick Ups