city of miami trash pick upJanuary 5, 2013
Regular Trash, Garbage and Recycling Pick Up on
New Year’s Holiday Tuesday, January 1, 2013, for
City of Miami Residents
(Miami, FL December 31, 2012) — The City of Miami Department of Solid Waste will
be conducting regularly-scheduled bulky trash, garbage and recycle pick-up on New
Year’s holiday Tuesday, January 1, 2013. Those residents whose garbage, trash and
recycling are always collected on a Tuesday should place their items out as they usually do.
Residents with questions or concerns are encouraged to call 311.
Residents are reminded to:
· Place garbage, recycle carts and bulky trash out in front of their home on
the public right of way and away from phones/cable/electricity lines, under
trees, utility poles, fire hydrants, fences, vehicles and/or 5 feet away from
· Prepare for the upcoming hurricane season by trimming any trees/palms
and placing it out in front of their home on the public right of way on their
regularly scheduled trash pickup day ONLY.
· Residents can place their Christmas trees separate from their regular
trash. The Solid Waste Department will pick up the trees and convert it
into mulch, which will be recycled and available for city residents.
Christmas trees will be picked up during the regular trash day from
through January 31, 2013.
The City of Miami’s Department of Solid Waste has free mulch available for anyone
interested at our Virginia Key Mulch Facility located at:
3851 Rickenbacker Causeway
Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
For information call (305) 960-2801For more information, please contact Customer Service 311.