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.
  • Appliances such as washers, dryers, hot water heaters, and stoves are accepted and recycled. Refrigerators, air conditioners and freezers are also accepted, 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. The fee would be $11.00 minimum for the first 300 lbs or less, with each additional 100 lbs running and additional $3.45. We accept analog televisions at the same rate.

    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

NEWS

City of Prescott Receives Over $258,000 in Emergency Reimbursement For February 2019 Snow Event

Posted on July 7, 2020

The City of Prescott has received reimbursement expenses of $258,059.21, for costs incurred during the unseasonably harsh winter of 2019.   During that year, which included a snow event of between 30 and 40 inches of snow, the City experienced extraordinary… Read more »

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