Solid Waste Management

   
Recycling Programs   Residential Curbside Program   Adopt-A-Street Program

 

The Solid Waste Division is responsible for coordinating the City's trash, yard waste and recycling programs as well as sponsoring environmentally-friendly cleanup projects in the Gainesville community and enforcement of the Solid Waste Code of Ordinances, Chapter 27, Article III, Sec. 71-88. 

The Solid Waste Division, 405 NW 39 Ave, operates on a 4-day/10-hour work week.  The days/hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 7 am to 6 pm.

Contact Information:

Steve Joplin, Manager - 352 334-2330

Customer Service - 352 334-2330

Recycling - 352 393-7964

Email - waste@cityofgainesville.org

Announcement:

The City's hurricane debris removal contractor completed the Third Pass of debris removal from residential streets right before Thanksgiving.  Any resident who has any remaining eligible debris caused by Hurricane Irma has until December 12, 2017 to place that debris at the curb and notify the City of Gainesville Solid Waste Division to request collection at no charge.  Residents with legitimate debris caused by the hurricane that has been placed curbside for collection should call 352 334-2330 to be put on a list for collection by the debris removal contractor.
It is the City of Gainesville's policy to dispose of surplus equipment by public auction for reuse.  Surplus equipment is composed of vehicles, heavy equipment, yard equipment and office furnishings.  For more information on vehicles to be auctioned go to www.weeksauction.com  and for other surplus equipment & furniture go to www.govdeals.com
For a complete list of recyclable items that can be placed in the residential curbside blue and orange bin click here.

Roll Breast Cancer to the Curb:  Waste Corp. of America is partnering with the American Cancer Society to make strides against Breast Cancer.  Get your pink trash can here.

The Solid Waste Division has a year-round String Lights Recycling Program.  Bring your old Christmas or party string lights to the Public Works Center, 405 NW 39 Avenue.  There is a string lights recycling container outside the lobby of the new Administrative building.

All overflow garbage must be placed in official yellow bags that can be purchased at Publix.  Ask for them at the service counter.

E-Scrap (electronics) recycling provides curbside collection by disabled citizens working with ARC of Alachua County.  Your participation can help ARC provide much needed jobs, while recovering valuable materials that would have been buried in a landfill otherwise. Read More

Got a Special Event coming up?  Recycling and garbage cardboard containers available at cost.  Read More

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Last Updated:  Dec. 5, 2017