Bulk Waste Definition
Bulk Waste consists of furniture, bicycles, televisions, and white goods such as refrigerators, washers and dryers (please remove the doors for safety). View unaccepted materials list.
Bulk items are picked up once a week for single family curbside collection areas. Bulk items should be placed a minimum of 5 feet away from other garbage containers or other obstructions. Your collection day for bulk items is the same day as your current recycling and vegetation pick up day (PDF).
Utility/Power line or Obstruction Notice
Any items placed under a utility/power line, trees, limbs, or any other obstruction, will not be collected. Bulk items should be placed a minimum of 5 feet away from trees, utility poles, mail boxes, garbage containers or any other obstacle.
Bulk items larger than 2 cubic yard (equal to a washer and dryer) will require a Pay for Pickup Option.
Pay for Pickup Option
We continue to offer the "Pay for Pickup" option which allows residents to make arrangements for bulk items to be picked up on unscheduled collection days for a fee (see the latest City User Fee Schedule). Only acceptable/non-hazardous materials can be collected using this option.
Residents are encouraged to recycle their Bulk items such as old electronics including televisions, computers, monitors, and stereos. Check your local computer store for recycling opportunities, or you can drop them off at any one of the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County’s transfer stations.
Statement of Responsibility
As stated by our City's Code of Ordinances, the City is not responsible for the removal of any vegetation, bulk or construction debris or any other waste generated or created by a private company of any kind. This includes and material left at the curb by hired landscapers. The City will not collect bulk items that are not separated from vegetation or on the unacceptable materials list at any time. Also as stated by our Code of Ordinances, the City shall not be responsible for any normal wear and tear to any property, including but not limited to solid waste containers, that is a result of the normal function of collecting, transporting or disposing of solid waste.