Palm Beach County “Operation Pill Drop” has several drop-off sites listed here: HHW Program
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No. Residents will continue to use the same bins they currently use for recycling.
Yard waste, up to 8 cubic yards, will be picked up twice a week. Yard waste is any cut limbs, palm fronds, branches, bushes, twigs or grass clippings. Branches limbs and other cuttings should be bundled, tied and should not exceed 6 feet in length or weigh more than 50 pounds. Grass clippings, leaves and small twigs or branches must be placed in sturdy plastic bags with tied tops or in containers (with lids) not to exceed 32 gallons or weigh more than 50 pounds. Larger piles of yard waste will require a special pickup. Call Waste Management at 800-824-8472.
Non-vegetative items which cannot be containerized, bagged, or bundled, including but not limited to, inoperative and discarded refrigerators, ranges, toilets, washers, dryers, bath tubs, water heaters, sinks, bicycles, and other similar appliances, household goods and furniture at no extra charge. Put these items out at the curb on your first collection day. Construction and demolition debris is not acceptable. You may also haul this material away yourself. Use any outside contractor or call Waste Management for a quote.
Materials such as paints, pesticides, pool chemicals, anti-freeze, and engine oil require a special disposal process. Please call the Solid Waste Authority for information on how to safely dispose of hazardous wastes 561-697-2700. Hazardous Waste Information