Pompano Beach

Coastal Waste & Recycling is proud to partner with the City of Pompano Beach in the collection of household trash, recycling, yard and bulk waste. In addition, our company will provide waste collection service to all commercial businesses.

Residential Pickup Information

Residential Collection Carts

Waste and Recycling containers are provided to homeowners at no cost. Homeowners are responsible for the care and cleaning of all containers. Please contact Coastal Waste & Recycling at 954-751-6804 if your container is damaged.

Residential Cart Placement

All containers should be placed at a minimum of 6 feet from any obstructions, including vehicles, mailboxes, light poles, or fences. The handle should be facing your home with the container placed at the curb. It is important to remember that your container must be outside for collection by 7:00 a.m. on your designated collection day and no earlier than 5:00 p.m. on the day before your designated collection day.

Frequently Asked Questions

To find your waste pick-up days, view the garbage routes and schedules (PDF).

Solid household waste consists of many items or products we use each day and throw away, like product packaging, food scraps, bottles, paper, batteries, and more. Liquid household waste includes kitchen cleaners, floor cleaning products, liquid laundry soap and detergent, cooking grease, and personal care products. Garbage must be bagged and consists of all normal household waste. Contents must fall freely from the container when dumped.

Yard clippings, dirt or sod, rocks, concrete, toxic materials, highly flammable materials, construction, and remodeling debris will not be accepted.

There is no collection on Thanksgiving and Christmas. If either holiday falls on your collection day, your waste/recycling will be picked up during your next scheduled collection day. 

Be sure to have your cart at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on collection day. 

The preferred location for your 96-gallon container for collection is to make sure the container handle faces your house and the container is positioned at the edge of the paved traffic lane at least five feet from obstruction such as fences, lamp posts, mailboxes, or vehicles. Do not block pedestrian access.  


Your 96-gallon alley container must be placed behind your property in the alley with the handle facing your house. The container must be placed in the alley on your pick-up day by 7:00 a.m.

Yes. First, report it missing to the North Miami Beach Police Department by calling 305-949-5500 and obtain a case number. Then, contact Coastal Waste & Recycling at (954) 751-6804, provide your police case number, and request a new waste container. A replacement will be provided at no additional fee. 

Your garbage schedule will remain the same. Recycling will be collected every other week. Please reference the recycle calendar to determine your collection week. Recycling will be collected on Wednesdays. 

For any sanitation service questions, contact Coastal Waste & Recycling Customer Service at (954) 751-6804 or email [email protected]

Containers for either Garbage or Recycling shall be placed out the night before or before 7:00 am the day of service.

Recycling costs for North Miami Beach residents were previously absorbed by the City. Residents essentially received this weekly service free of cost. Therefore, there are no costs to discount.

Yes, you may access the bulk trash pick-up schedule interactive map here

The City provides each resident with a 96-gallon container. Homeowners are responsible for normal care, cleaning, and lost or stolen containers. To help reduce odor and maintain the containers cleanliness, you should bag all waste. 

The 96-gallon waste container and 65-gallon recycling container are assigned to the property address. Should you change residences, call NMB Customer Service at (954) 751-6804 further instructions before moving.  

Bring in objects that may be blown away, such as waste and recycling bins, lawn furniture, and plants. Anchor objects that cannot be brought inside. Garbage and/or recycling bins may be tied down to prevent them from blowing away. Do not place out any bulk trash items for removal before a storm. Make sure to secure any loose items that may become airborne during a storm.

Acceptable bulk trash includes furniture, boxes, general household debris, yard clippings, leaves, trees, and shrubs (cut in lengths no longer than 5 feet).

Unacceptable bulk trash includes tires, dirt or sod, concrete, toxic materials, highly flammable materials, construction, and remodeling debris as well as vehicles, motorcycles, boats, trailers, motors, and household appliances.

Please stack neatly in the swale in front of your property (if you have alley pick-up, stack it neatly next to the alley on your property so the truck can pass). Do not stack trash on the sidewalk or on top of water meter boxes and keep it away from fences. The City is not responsible for damaged fences due to improper stacking. Current ordinances require that yard waste be placed in a pile separate from the trash and away from the waste bin. Yard clippings and leaves must be bagged.


Bulk trash is picked-up once a month on a designated day for each zone. Trash piles cannot be placed out more than 48 hours before your pick-up day.

Check out the interactive bulk trash schedule

Appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves, microwaves, air conditioners, water heaters, etc., are prohibited in the landfill and will only be picked up by special request.  For this type of special request, contact Coastal Waste & Recycling at (954) 751-6804 to arrange and schedule a pick-up. Please note there will be an additional fee for this service.

Only 20 cubic yard is permitted to be picked up at an individual resident at once. 20 cubic yards is defined and measured at approximately 14 feet long, 8 feet wide and 5 feet high. A Special Bulk Trash Pick up charge will be assessed for additional yards over the twenty yards allotted. Please call Coastal Waste & Recycling at 954-751-6804 for information or to schedule the service.

No collections will be done on Christmas or Thanksgiving. Collection will resume on the next service day.

As Coastal Waste & Recycling distributes new bins, all residential properties will receive one waste and one recycling bin. If you don’t think it will be enough for your items and you need additional bin space, please call Coastal Waste and Recycling at (954) 751-6804 or submit a request here and make those arrangements for an additional fee.

All commercial customers must maintain a basic level of service. If you have services levels beyond the basic, you can work with Coastal Waste & Recycling at (954) 751-6804 to assess your service needs. 

The new bins are slightly different in appearance, but they offer the same amount of space as the old vendor’s bins—96 gallons.

North Miami Beach trash pickup service varies by neighborhood. Some residents within the City limits receive weekly waste and bi-weekly recycling collection services by Coastal Waste & Recycling, the City’s vendor. 

North Miami Beach does not have trash drop off locations.  However, trash, i.e., bulk items, can be disposed of at the Landfill located at 21500 NW 47th Avenue Miami, FL 33055.  Open seven (7) days a week 7:00 am – 5:00 pm. 

In the Intracoastal Mall 3881 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Recycling in North Miami Beach includes plastic bottles, cans, paper, cartons, and cardboard.  Items that are not recyclable include plastic bags, pizza boxes, and batteries. The key to recycling the right way is ensuring your items are clean and dry.  Keeping contaminants like food and liquid out of your recycling helps ensure that everything in your bin finds a second life.

There is no electronics recycling location within North Miami Beach. However, Miami-Dade County offers home chemical collection centers which allow residential customers to dispose of items that can otherwise potentially harm the environment, i.e., oil-based paints, pesticides, solvents, pool chemicals, electronic items (including computer monitors, televisions, personal computers, keyboards, hard drives, and printers), VCRs, audio and video equipment, communication equipment (like cellular telephones and hand-held radios), etc. Certain home chemical products are also available free of charge. For additional information, please visit  Home Chemical Collection Centers (miamidade.gov).  Home Chemical Collection Centers are not for business or commercial use. Businesses must utilize a private company for this type of service. 

Please contact Coastal Waste & Recycling Customer Service at (305) 384-7649 or complete this form. 

You will receive a confirmation email after you submit your request.

Professional landscapers / gardeners are required to haul any debris generated by their jobs. If they do not, the homeowner/resident is responsible for removing the debris. Questions regarding trees or tree removal should be directed to the Public Works Department at 305-948-2904.

Dead animals are picked-up only on City property and must be arranged through the Public Works Department by calling 305-948-2904 during the hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Collection Time

Please do not count on your collection time being the same every day. Collection times will vary based on traffic, the amount of materials collected, and potential changes in routing. You risk missing your pick-up if you do not place your container out by 7:00 a.m. on your scheduled pick-up day. The container cannot be emptied if it is not outside by the specified time and placed properly at the edge of the street with the handle facing your home.

Recycling Do's and Don'ts


Recycling Do's

  • Paper: clean and dry newspapers, magazines, catalogs, telephone books, printer paper, copier paper, mail, and all other office paper without wax liners
  • Cardboard: packing boxes, cereal boxes, gift boxes and corrugated cardboard; Flatten all boxes before placing them in your cart
  • Cans: steel and aluminum food & beverage cans; Aluminum bottles.
  • Cartons: aseptic poly-coated drink boxes, juice cartons and milk cartons
  • Bottles: (plastic & glass) - plastic bottles, milk, water, detergent, soda, and shampoo (flatten and replace cap); glass bottles

Recycling Dont's

  • Plastic bags: do not place recyclables in plastic bags or place loose plastic bags in the recycling cart
  • Pizza boxes
  • Paper or cardboard soiled with liquid or food waste
  • Batteries: dry cell batteries, lead acid batteries.
  • Certain plastics: plastic bags, cups, utensils and plates, clamshell containers, polystyrene (foam) products, egg cartons and trays, margarine and butter tubs, yogurt cups, plastic hangers
  • Certain glass products: window or auto glass, light bulbs, mirrors, glass cookware or bakeware, ceramics
  • Other non-recyclables: wire coat hangers, small appliances, microwave trays
  • Home chemicals: paints, pesticides, pool chemicals, fertilizers, and other household hazardous waste
  • Garbage/food waste or other nonrecyclable waste: gas cylinders, tanks, rocks, dirt, building debris, garden hoses, flammables
  • Medical waste and pharmaceutical
  • Electronic waste and accessories: PCs, monitors, televisions, printer cartridges, keyboards, cell phones, CDs, and DVDs
  • Textiles: clothes, shoes, bedding, pillows, etc.


All containers must have 3 feet of clearance on all sides. They must be placed at a minimum of 6 feet from vehicles, boats, mailboxes, light poles, or fences. There must be 15 feet overhead clearance from trees and wires. The handle should be facing your home with the container placed at the curb 3 feet or less from the roads edge.

If your collection is in the alley behind your home, the container must be placed in the alley with the handle facing your house.

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Acceptable Household Waste

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Acceptable Waste:

  • Food scraps
  • Plastic packaging and cans
  • Waste paper
  • Other assorted free-flowing garbage

Unacceptable Waste:

  • Concrete
  • Construction and remodeling debris
  • Dirt or sod
  • Highly flammable materials
  • Rocks
  • Toxic materials
  • Yard clippings

Home Chemical Disposal

Two Home Chemical Collection Centers allow residential customers to dispose of items that can otherwise potentially harm the environment. Certain home chemical products are also available free of charge.

Attention businesses: Home Chemical Collection Centers are not for business or commercial use. Businesses must utilize a private company to dispose of chemicals.

New paints or latex paints in good condition should be donated to neighbors or community groups.

If you have unusable or poor-quality latex paint still in liquid form, dry out any remaining liquid with an absorbent material such as newspaper or kitty litter. Once the latex paint has been solidified, place the paint can in your waste cart.

Accepted Items:

  • Oil-based paints
  • Pesticides, solvents
  • Pool chemicals
  • Electronic items including:
    • Computer monitors and televisions
    • Personal computers, keyboards, hard drives and printers
    • VCR's, audio, and video equipment
    • Communication equipment such as cellular telephones and hand-held radios
  • Unbroken fluorescent light bulbs, including the older, long-tube fluorescents, modern compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) and other fluorescent types
  • Latex paints that are still in liquid form
  • Propane tanks (larger tanks such as those used for RV's, forklifts, or fixed kitchen gas supply are not accepted)
  • Empty oxygen tanks

Illegal Dumping

Illegal Dumping is defined in Florida Statutes Title XXIX. Public Health § 403.413. Florida Litter Law.

Dumping litter prohibited - Unless otherwise authorized by law or permit, it is unlawful for any person to dump litter in any manner or amount:

  • In or on any public highway, road, street, alley, or thoroughfare, including any portion of the right-of-way thereof, or any other public lands, except in containers or areas lawfully provided therefor. When any litter is thrown or discarded from a motor vehicle, the operator or owner of the motor vehicle, or both, shall be deemed in violation of this section;
  • In or on any freshwater lake, river, canal, or stream or tidal or coastal water of the state, including canals. When any litter is thrown or discarded from a boat, the operator or owner of the boat, or both, shall be deemed in violation of this section; or
  • In or on any private property, unless prior consent of the owner has been given and unless the dumping of such litter by such person will not cause a public nuisance or otherwise be in violation of any other state or local law, rule, or regulation.

“Litter” means any garbage; rubbish; trash; refuse; can; bottle; box; container; paper; tobacco product; tire; appliance; mechanical equipment or part; building or construction material; tool; machinery; wood; motor vehicle or motor vehicle part; vessel; aircraft; farm machinery or equipment; sludge from a waste treatment facility, water supply treatment plant, or air pollution control facility; or substance in any form resulting from domestic, industrial, commercial, mining, agricultural, or governmental operations.

Unauthorized disposal of waste on any public or private property is illegal. Dumping items like tires, debris, furniture, and hazardous materials not only harms the environment but it decreases neighborhood property values and costs taxpayers millions of dollars in clean-up costs. To report illegal dumping, email the City of North Miami Beach Code Compliance Department at [email protected]. Please include the details and the description of the items dumped, location, and the date and time of the incident.

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For questions, concerns, or service feedback, please feel free to fill out the contact form below or call us at 954-751-6804. For your convenience, Spanish and Creole speaking customer service representatives are available when you call the number above.

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