Household Hazardous Waste
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center is now open to serve you!
Leftover paint, household cleaners, pesticides, oil, antifreeze, etc. – You have it; we’ll help you recycle or dispose of it properly!
Scheduled appointments are required to ensure a safe environment for the public and staff handling large quantities of household hazardous waste.
To schedule your appointment to drop off household hazardous waste at the new Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center, call Solid Waste Services at 480-782-3510.
Blue can recycling
A tisket, a tasket, recycle in the basket!
Recyclables should be clean and dry,
Safety is the reason why.
Remove the caps and lids and rings,
Because we can’t recycle these things.
Do not bag recyclables.
Recycle these items only:
Newspaper, printing paper, magazines, paper sacks; no gift wrap, tissue paper or paper towels/plates/cups
Cardboard boxes (example: cereal/prepared food and detergent boxes)
Aluminum beverage cans
Steel tin cans (includes vegetable/fruit/soup type cans)
Plastic bottles, jugs and containers (includes milk/juice/water/soft drink/condiment/shampoo/detergent/soap type jugs and bottles showing 1 through 6 on bottom – no bags, shrink wrap or styrofoam
Glass food and beverage jars and bottles (clear/green/brown)
Empty aerosol cans (shaving cream/deodorant/cooking spray cans)
From Go Green Committee
The Green Container
Located on the clubhouse patio
When at the clubhouse, place your empty water/soda bottles for recycling.
The Blue Bin
Located in the post office parking lot (east side of the clubhouse)
All textiles (clothing, towels, sheets) in bin pay for the yearly shredding.
All shoes (must be a wearable pair) in bin are donated to third-world countries.
Other Ways to Go Green
Take your grocery bags to the Hopi Room on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
Donate your soda cans to the Lions (look for recycle containers around the clubhouse).
Drop off any electronic devices at Scott Smith’s house, 1560 E. Buena Vista Drive.