Recycling

Registration open for the Queen Creek Recycles event

Posted 12/9/21

Registration is now open for Queen Creek’s free recycling event. Residents can safely dispose of electronics, paint and other items on Saturday Jan. 8 at the town’s Field Operations …

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Recycling

Registration open for the Queen Creek Recycles event

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Registration is open for Queen Creek’s free recycling event.

Residents can safely dispose of electronics, paint and other items on Saturday, Jan. 8, at the town’s Field Operations Facility at 19715 S. 220th Street.

Reserve your drop-off time by registering online at QueenCreekAZ.gov/Recycle by Monday, Jan. 3.

The free recycling drop-off event is offered in partnership with Waste Connections of Arizona. The following items will be accepted:

Electronics: Computers, hard drives, computer keyboards, power cords, monitors, televisions, VCRs, etc.

Metals: Steel, copper, aluminum.

Tires: Maximum of four, rims removed.

Appliances: Refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, washers and dryers. 

Paper shredding: Up to five boxes per vehicle. Items from commercial businesses will not be accepted.    

Paint: Latex or water-based in original containers (containers cannot exceed five gallons).   

Textiles: In partnership with Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona, residents can donate gently used clothing, linens and shoes. 

Items accepted in curbside recycling carts, such as aluminum cans, plastic water bottles and broken down cardboard boxes, can be taken to the Queen Creek Recycle Center on Ellsworth Road, just north of Crewse Lane.

Self-Serve Christmas Tree Drop-Off
Queen Creek residents also can dispose of live Christmas trees Sunday, Dec. 26, through Sunday, Jan. 9, from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the self-service drop-off area just south of Queen Creek's Field Operations Facility.

All lights, decorations and ornaments must be removed prior to dropping off the tree. Only live Christmas trees will be accepted

Additionally, Queen Creek Trash & Recycling Services customers can schedule a bulk pick-up for their tree at no additional cost by visiting QueenCreekAZ.gov/BulkTrash

Cooking Oil Recycling
The town offers free, year-round recycling for used cooking oil. Cooking oil can create backups and overflows if disposed of in sinks, and throwing it away can cause contamination in addition to creating a large mess. Free cooking oil recycling is offered at Fire Station 2, located at 24787 S. Sossaman Road. Visit QueenCreekAZ.gov/CookingOil for more information.

For more information about recycling services through the town, visit QueenCreekAZ.gov/Recycling

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