|Bulk Item Collection
Residents paying for city-provided solid waste services can schedule a free recycling and/or trash bulk pick up at their front curb every six weeks. Residents can also self-haul to the Recycling-Solid Waste Collection Center throughout the year. For more details call 480-782-3510.
Bulk collection CANNOT be scheduled via email.
For Chandler residents who do not pay for City-provided solid waste services, call Solid Waste Services at 480-782-3510 for information about alternatives to meet disposal needs.
Please consider donating household items with reuse value. There are many local charitable groups offering curbside collection for items often discarded as trash, and they offer a tax deduction for your generosity.
How do I schedule a curbside bulk collection?
Calling in advance, prior to setting out items for collection, is required. Call 480-782-3510 for assistance and details about scheduling your curbside bulk collection. Services CANNOT be scheduled via email.
Can I schedule a bulk collection to be picked up in the alley?
No. Per Chandler City Code, Chapter 44-6.4: "... Bulk materials shall only be collected if placed along the right-of-way behind the curb, on the property of the covered residence. Bulk materials to be collected shall not be collected when placed in public or private alleys."
How often can I schedule a free bulk collection?
Free curbside bulk collection can be scheduled for each residence once every six weeks. Call Solid Waste Customer Service at 480-782-3510 for the date available for your next free bulk. If you would like an additional bulk collection in between the six weeks there is a fee.
What is considered a bulk item?
Items too large to fit in a residential curbside or alley trash container.
Recycle Bulk - Common Items:
Excess cardboard (emptied and flattened)
Metal items (Refrigerators, washers, dryers, water heaters, patio furniture, fencing, grills, AC units, evaporative coolers, etc.)
Electronics* and small appliances (Computers, flat screen LCT computer monitors, LED, LCD, Plasma TVs, printers, stereos, microwaves, etc.) Non-CRT TVs and monitors are collected for recycling
Effective September 1, 2013 -
Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) TVs, projection TVs or CRT computer monitors will be disposed as trash
CRT televisions and computer monitors are collected under bulk trash