CONTACT

  • Solid Waste
  • Solid Waste Admin
  • Transfer Station

    2800 Sundog Ranch Rd

  • 928-777-1116

FAQ

    • Household alkaline batteries no longer contain hazardous materials and may be thrown away in the garbage. Please choose rechargeable batteries whenever possible.
    • Rechargable batteries– Most battery retailers in the tri-city area will recycle rechargable batteries. Please refer to the yellow pages under “Batteries-Retail” for a current listing.
    • Vehicle batteries cannot be disposed of in the garbage. Please call an auto parts store or battery retailer for diposal options.
  • For a $5.00 fee, appliances such as washers, dryers, hot water heaters, and stoves are accepted and recycled. Refrigerators, air conditioners and freezers are also accepted for a $5.00 fee, however, they must have all CFC’s (refrigerants) evacuated prior to acceptance and must be accompanied by an invoice from the licensed professional who completed the evacuation. We accept analog televisions for $10.00 per unit.

    Please call the Transfer Station at 928-777-1116 for details.

    • Cardboard
    • Paper
    • Food Boxes
    • Mail
    • Beverage Cans
    • Food Cans
    • Glass Bottles
    • Jars(glass & plastic)
    • Jugs
    • Plastic Bottles & Caps
    • Paperback or hardbound books
    • Grass, yard and/or food waste
    • Plastic bags
    • Styrofoam
    • Unrecyclable caps and lids
    • Diapers
    • Medical tubes

City of Prescott Transfer Station to be Closed Saturday, February 22

The City’s Transfer Station located at 2800 Sundog Ranch Road will be temporarily closed for repairs Saturday, February 22nd.  The Transfer Station will re-open on Monday, February 24th from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m.  Household and business collection schedules will not be disrupted during this period. For information on alternative disposal sites, contact the Solid Waste Division at 928-777-1116.

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