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Before the Storm

Before the Storm

Properly pruning trees and shrubs before a hurricane approaches can reduce the debris that may become airborne during a storm. Proper pruning also increases the likelihood that a tree can weather a storm. Make sure to consult or hire a certified and licensed arborist prior to doing any tree pruning.

Miami-Dade Solid Waste customers can dispose of small trash items with twice-weekly garbage collection service. If you receive automated service, all waste must fit in the waste cart and the lid must close.

If you receive manual collection service, small trash items may be set out in bags, cans or bundles with your household garbage. Items should be no more than 50 pounds each and bundles should measure no more than 4 feet in length.

Do not begin any pruning or cleanup activities or place trash on the curb during a Hurricane Watch or Warning.

Neighborhood Trash & Recycling Centers

Take tree cuttings and other household trash to one of the 13 Neighborhood Trash & Recycling Centers.

Home Chemical Collection Centers

Take hazardous home chemicals -- oil based paints, pesticides, pool chemicals, etc. -- to one of the County’s two Home Chemical Collection Centers.

Locations

8831 NW 58 Street and

23707 SW 97 Avenue, Gate B

Hours

These centers are open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m

Trash Disposal

  • Schedule a curbside bulky waste pickup by calling 3-1-1, or schedule a pickup online.
  • Dispose of small trash items with twice-weekly garbage collection service. If you receive automated service, all waste must fit in the EZ GO Waste Cart and the lid must close.
  • If you receive manual collection service, small trash items may be set out in bags, cans or bundles with your household garbage. Items should weigh no more than 50 pounds each and bundles should measure no more than 4 feet in length.
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