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Household trash is collected twice per week on your scheduled collection days. Recycling is picked up once per week on your schedule collection day. Bulk items are removed once per month on your scheduled bulk collection day.
The collection carts are property of the City of Miramar and must not be modified, altered, or abused. If your cart has been damaged, the following applies: If the damage is your fault, you will be required to pay for a replacement. For example, any cart that is destroyed by hot ashes or coals shall be the responsibility of the customer, and it shall be replaced at the customer’s expense. Do not leave the cart on the street where it may be stolen or damaged.
Carts are under the care of the resident. However, should the collection crew damage a cart, they are required to repair and or replace it.
If you have a damaged cart or need additional carts email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 602.4357 (HELP)
Do not place Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) or E-Waste (flammables, paint, poisons, motor oil, etc.) inside the cart.
The City of Miramar offers no-cost monthly drop-off events the first Saturday of each month at 17200 Pines Blvd. between 8am and 2pm.
Please bring a driver’s license and proof of Miramar residency, remain in your vehicle and follow all COVID protocols. Visit https://miramarfl.gov/hazardouswaste
Contact the City of Miramar, Customer Service Response Team (CSRT) at 954-602-4357, for proper disposal information.
Yes. The monthly rate will increase from $18.75 per month, to $30.46 per month. This takes effectMay 1, 2022.
Why are the rates going up?
The rates have not changed for 11 years (since 2010). However, the costs for services and products like vehicles, equipment, parts, drivers, mechanics, labor, insurance, fuel and waste disposal have all increased significantly.
Garbage, recycling, and bulk pick-up tonnage have all increased over the past several years. The new rate will help to offset the increased costs.
Yes. Recycling remains the same. Blue recycle carts will be collected 1x per week on your regularly scheduled collection day. Please ensure to Recycle Right Miramar, do not use plastic bags, and only place acceptable program items in your Blue recycle cart.
Here are some tips to Recycle Right in Miramar
Visit http://miramarfl.gov/recycle for more information.
No- as before, garbage pick-up is twice a week on your designated collection day. Please have the carts out no later than 7 a.m., arrows on top of the lid pointing towards the street, 3 feet from any damageable property.
Recycle will be picked up once per week on your designated collection day. Please have the carts out no later than 7 a.m., arrows on top of the lid pointing towards the street, 3 feet from any damageable property. Visit http://miramarfl.gov/recycle for more information.
New cart delivery and old cart removal will occur in a phased/staggered approach. Please continue to use your existing cart. Your container will be swapped out during one of your regularly scheduled garbage or recycle collection days.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or visit https://www.miramarfl.gov/wastepickup or call our Customer Service Team at (954) 602-4357 with your name, address, and contact information.
Every residential property will be issued one 96-gallon wheeled garbage cart. You can request an additional trash cart(s), subject to an additional monthly fee(s).
All carts must be accessible and placed away from mailboxes, vehicles and trees for collection by 7 a.m. on the day of collection
No. Materials placed next to carts will not be collected.
Yes. Residents will continue to receive automated services. Collection trucks are equipped with a lifting mechanism on the side that will lift and empty the cart and will return the cart to the ground. The process takes a few seconds and can be performed without the driver leaving the truck.
For successful and efficient pickup to occur, the cart must be placed curbside, arrows pointing towards the street, within two feet of the street and at least three feet from trees, cars, mailboxes, or poles, etc.
Trash generated in the home should be bagged and tied closed before placing in the cart. Bags keep your cart cleaner and minimize odors. Please do not place hot coals or ashes, dirt or rocks, large bulk items, medical waste (sharps, syringes or prescription medications), hazardous waste or recyclable items in the garbage cart. Do not overfill the carts. The lids should remain closed to assure proper collection, help prevent windblown litter, and help to control odor and varmints. A good practice is to periodically rinse out your cart.
Here are a few tips and tricks to ensure your garbage cart gets emptied:
If you have a damaged cart or need additional carts, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 602.4357 (HELP)
No. Unlimited bulk pick will continue to be collected once per month from 7am-7pm on your designated collection day.
Some Bulk Zones collection routes and days will change to create a more evenly distributed and manageable collection zone(s).
For more information, please visit miramarfl.gov/solidwaste or call (954) 602-4357 (HELP) for more information on Bulk pickup changes, collection maps and guidelines.
Bulk pickup occurs once per month, anytime between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on your designated collection day. The day of your bulk collection depends on your respective area which can be located through our Bulk collection map at: https://www.miramarfl.gov/bulk
Bulk Waste Requirements:
Do not place Bulk items out for collection more than 72 hours before your designated collection day. Additionally, please follow your homeowners' association regulations as well.
For more information about bulk collections rules and schedules, please click here: https://www.miramarfl.gov/bulk or call our Customer Service Line at (954) 602.4357 (HELP) .
Each multi-family property who utilizes a common dumpster or compactor for collection of trash, must make arrangements with Waste Pro for collection of Bulk Waste.
Invoicing for the residential sanitation service is included with your monthly water/utility bill.