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You may have additional containers that will be picked up but they must have two handles and a lid - for wheeled containers there is a weight limit of 100lbs. For non-wheeled containers they cannot weigh more than 50 pounds.
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Waste Pro offers “Side-Door Service” for those that can provide documentation from a physician regarding the disability or a disability registration and matching driver’s license. For information call, Waste Pro, 407-774-0800 or The City of Deltona Solid Waste Department at 386-878-8723.
No. Service will be picked up on the following day.
You can drop off at Sheriff's Office, 1691 Providence Boulevard, Deltona FL 32725.
Sharps can be dropped off at any City of Deltona Fire Station or Florida Department of Health location. Replacement sharps containers may be available at City of Deltona Fire Stations.
Yes. You may place up to eight passenger and truck tires per year at the curb for pick-up. Oversize truck tires require a special pickup and additional fees may apply. It is recommended you call Waste Pro at 386-574-0778. You also have the option of taking four tires (without rims) to the West Volusia Transfer Station located at 3151 East New York Avenue, DeLand, FL 32724 on Saturday only. The station is open from 7 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and from 8 am to 3 pm, Saturdays. For more information, call 386-943-7899.
Waste Pro does not pick up hazardous materials such as motor oil, batteries, pesticides, gasoline, pool chemicals, paint or paint thinners. These are accepted at the West Volusia Transfer Station located at 3151 East New York Avenue, DeLand, The station is open from 7 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and from 8 am to 3 pm, Saturdays. For more information, call 386-943-7899.
Branches or limbs should be bundled or placed in the garbage bin or other container. They should be cut to 4-feet long or less, not be greater than 6-inches in diameter and neatly piled at the curb on yard waste day only. You are allowed a maximum of 16 bags or bundles of yard trash. (Section 50-28,4)
Yes. On yard waste day as long as it is free of tinsel and other decorations.
Yes. With your regular solid waste, large cardboard boxes will be collected and do not have to be broken down.
Yes. You may put bulk items out to the curb on the same day as your garbage day before 6:00 am or the night before after 6:00pm.
The answer is "away from the front of any building or premise" so not on the front face of the house. The side of the house is fine. (Section 50-28,9)
All household garbage items. Trash items should be bagged and tied, then deposited into your trash container for collection. This will keep your bin cleaner and minimize odors.
Garbage and bulk items are collected once a week for all residences on designated days between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. (Section 50-29, 3). Carts should be placed at the curb no earlier than 6 p.m. the day prior to collection day and carts should be removed from the front yard the same evening, no later than 9 p.m. (Section 50-28, 5-e). Place your bins on either side of your driveway at least three feet away from mailboxes and parked cars. The garbage bin wheels facing towards the house, lid opening facing the street.
Contact The City of Deltona Solid Waste Department at 386-878-8723. New property owners will be asked to provide proof of ownership. You may also email Waste Pro or call 386-574-0778.
Garbage, bulk and yard waste services in the City of Deltona are automatic. Just place your 96-gallon bin and your bulk items at the curb before 6 a. m. the day of your service. Yard waste is collected the day after your garbage day. To find out when your collection days are, you can view our maps on the home page and select "Solid Waste Map" or "Yard Waste Map" or call 386-574-0778. (Section 50-28,1)