Effective June 23 the City’s Electronic Recycling and Residential Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Drop-Off program will no longer take place on a weekly basis. It will be a quarterly program. Residents may drop off their HHW Electronic Recycling at the facility located at 630 NW 2nd Street. during the following dates from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm:
Proof of residency is required. Accepted materials include: residential pain (1 gallon size) tires (max of 4 per visit), fluorescent light bulbs, vehicle batteries, electronic materials, used motor oil, household cleaners and anti-freeze. DO NOT bring explosives, bio-hazard waste or business waste. Click here for more information about hazardous waste/electronic waste recycling.
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Single family homes and apartments of 4 units or less are collected once a week with the option of twice a week collection at an additional charge. For disabled residents who need assistance placing their containers curbside, the City offers a free “side-door service” where Sanitation staff will retrieve and replace receptacles at no extra charge. This service is available to those not disabled at an additional charge.
Yes. Hallandale Beach residents are reminded that recycling is an easy and vital way to help preserve our future and protect our environment. Hallandale Beach makes it possible for residents to join in the recycling program almost effortlessly. Residents may place all acceptable recyclable materials in the blue recycling container that is provided by the City. The recycling container will be picked up once a week on the same day as regular garbage collection. There is a $2.00 fee for each recycling container that is automatically charged in the monthly water bill.