One per week on Thursday. One (1) toter will be provided by the City per property, the property owner is charged a yearly fee on their property taxes for this service.
Once weekly on your regular garbage pickup days. A list of recyclable items is located below
Replacement Recycling bins can be picked up at City Hall.
Aluminum Cans- No aluminum foil, lawn chairs, gutters or window frames
Brown Paper Bags
Corrugated Cardboard- Flatten before placing in your bin
Glass Bottles/ Jars- White, Green, or Brown. Rinse, with or without label, remove lid.
Junk Mail- Place all junk mail, office paper, school paper in a paper bag inside your bin.
Newspaper- including sales ads, MUST be taken out of plastic sleeve.
Plastic: #1-#7- Rinse and remove lid. Lids can be recycled just not on the container, for safety reasons.
Tin/Steel Cans- Rinse, with or without label.
Thin Cardboard- All cardboard boxes, gift boxes, cereal boxes, food boxes, soda boxes, cardboard egg carton/flats etc. Flatten before placing in your bin.
Once weekly on Thursdays.
Yard Trash/ Brush (i.e.) loose laying piles need to be No lengths longer than 4 feet, no widths/diameters more than 6 inches should be set curbside in front of your house. Loose laying yard debris is pick up on Saturdays. All yard waste/brush generated by a contractor must be disposed of by the contractor. Piles larger than explained above will need a special pickup request, please call City Hall.
Four (4) per residential household at no charge per year.
Appliances & other metal goods should be set out with your normal garbage. If item is to large for pick up, another truck will need to come and get it. You will need to call City Hall for a special Pickup for these items.
Volusia County Fire Services Station 22
213 N US Hwy #1 Oak Hill, FL 32759
(Oil filters and containers accepted)
Volusia County Public Works Facility
534 N Dixie Freeway, New Smyrna Beach
(Oil filters accepted) (No drop for oil containers)
Advanced Auto Parks
1714 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater
Oil, Lead Acid Batteries (vehicle)
1720 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater
Oil, Lead Acid Batteries (vehicle)
1952 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater
Motor Oil, Oil Filters, Auto Batteries
When you place your garbage and residential waste out for the one weekly collection make sure there is nothing adjacent to the items to be collected that you may want to keep.
Waste Pro starts their daily collections at 7:00am, so make sure your garbage is by the edge of the road by that time.
Garbage and trash containers when not in use shall be kept away from the front of any building or premises.
All Garbage and trash containers shall be removed from the front of any building no later than 9:00pm on the day of garbage pickup.
Lighter Fluid All Automobile Related Liquids
Wood/Cement Sealers Insect repellent
Paint/Paint Thinners Oil
Muriatic Acid Any Combustible items
Pool/Spa Chemicals Lawn/Pest Control Chemicals
Automotive Batteries Any Hazardous waste items
Items to be placed in your trash
Empty Paint Cans
Empty Oil Containers
Empty Chemical Containers
All Hazardous material must be disposed of at the Volusia County Landfill located at 1990 Tomoka Farms Rd, Port Orange. Volusia County provides a non-commercial paint exchange facility where residents may trade-in unwanted paint for a different color or type. Contact the Volusia County Landfill for more information at 386-947-2952. Hazardous Waste items are free to dispose of at the landfill (residential, NOT commercial).
Hypodermic and IV needles CANNOT be placed in your garbage. “Sharps” disposal container information may be obtained at the following locations:
New Smyrna Beach Health Department: 386-424-2066
Halifax Medical Center: 386-254-4169
Please feel free to contact City Hall any work day between 8:30am-5:00pm with questions or request.
Or contact WastePro Directly at 386-788-8890