Public Works Material Recovery Center

Pinal County
Public Works
Material Recovery Center
12725 Adamsville Rd
Florence, AZ 85132

520-866-6685
Tues., Weds. & Thurs.
7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

 Recycling Services

  Pinal County Public Works has contracted Right Away Disposal (RAD) to provide recycling services to county residents. RAD will collect and process recyclable materials that otherwise would end up in landfills. Their services include:

RECYCLE BINS

COMMERCIAL 

COMMERCIAL

RESIDENTIAL

 

 

 

Recycling Sites

Roll Off Service 

Frontload Service

Residential Service

Countywide Recycling Drop-off Locations will still be available. Recycling containers can be identified by both the RAD and Pinal County Recycling decals. Please check the list of locations for the latest information on what can be put into these containers.
 

FREE DISPOSAL DAYS

Cactus Waste Landfill is a proud sponsor.  Open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Hwy 79 and Deep Wells Ranch Road, Florence Az   Phone:  480-797-0140

July 12, 2014

October 11, 2014

January 10, 2015

April 11, 2015

 Waste Tire and White Appliance Collection Services

The Pinal County Public Works Material Recovery Center provides waste tire and white appliance drop-off site west of Florence at 12725 Adamsville Road. For additional information regarding these services, please call (520) 866-6685.

Pinal County requires all Waste Tire Generators to fill out the Pinal County Waste Tire Generator Disposal Permit annually. Pursuant to Article 8 Waste Tire Disposal, A.R.S. 44-1302, F, Pinal County is required to establish a registration procedure for their waste tire collection sites. In accordance with this statute, any business that generates waste tires in Pinal County and desires to dispose of these waste tires at a Pinal County Waste Tire Collection Site, must register and have a current Pinal County Waste Tire Disposal Permit.

 WASTE TIRE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Limit 5 per year / per person (no cost). Any additional car / pickup truck tires are charged at a cost of $1 per tire.
  • Additional semi-truck tires are charged at a cost of $2 per tire.
  • Off-road vehicle / tractor tires are charged at a cost of $140 per ton (2000 lbs) and must be weighed at a scale and the scale ticket must be brought with when disposing of tires.
  • Businesses must register and have a current Pinal County Waste Tire Disposal Permit.
  • A Pinal County Waste Tire Disposal Manifest is required for every disposal at a Pinal County Waste Tire Collection Site.

APPLIANCES ACCEPTED:

  • Stoves
  • Refrigerators
  • Washers
  • Dryers
  • Microwaves

*NO PLASTIC APPLIANCES ACCEPTED


 Community Involvement

Pinal County encourages communities around the county to continue supporting such a worthwhile effort in reducing unwanted waste in your neighborhoods by organizing your own Community Clean-up Events throughout the year. Let's work together to keep our environment clean for future generations to enjoy.

  • Sort and recycle materials that do not breakdown in the landfills. Contact Right Away Disposal for pick up services or dispose of the recyclables at one of the recycling drop-off sites throughout the county.
  • Local landfills throughout the county will be available for dumping the waste.
  • Tell us about your Community Clean-up Event.

 Household Hazardous Waste

 expand  Battery Recycling
 expand  Disposing of left over paint and materials
Paint Hardener must be added to paint before it will be accepted at a landfill. A paint hardener offers the environmentally safe alternative. Most landfills do not accept latex paint in a liquid form, so save yourself time and money by simply adding a paint hardener to your paint before disposing of it. Check with your local Paint & Hardware store for availability of this product or read more on the paint hardeners and how to properly dispose of paint at Squidoo.com.
 expand  Oil & Filter Recycling

 Discourage Illegal Dumping

You can help discourage illegal dumping by reporting it to our Environmental Investigations division by calling the Pinal County Illegal Dumping Hot Line at (520) 866-6400.

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