Coral Springs, Florida – Next year, there will be more options for Coral Springs residents to dispose of household hazardous garbage.
Coral Springs, Coconut Creek, Tamarac, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, North Lauderdale, and Lauderdale Lakes have formed a cooperative agreement, which the city of Coral Springs announced this week, that will give city residents more opportunities to dispose of the full range of materials at special one-day events throughout 2023.
The goods permitted for collection include paint, electronics, bulbs, small cans of antifreeze, car batteries, motor oil, pool chemicals, pesticides, and other households hazardous waste, according to a news release.
Tires, gas, ammunition, smoke detectors, aerial flares, drugs, syringes, freon, and other industrial compressed gases are among the prohibited products.
The Coral Springs special household hazardous waste collection days will take place at Westside Complex, 4181 NW 121 Ave on:
• Saturday, February 11, 2023, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• Saturday, October 14, 2023, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Other dates and locations:
• January 7, 2023: Fort Lauderdale (2201 NW 9th Ave)
• February 25, 2023: North Lauderdale (701 SW 71st Ave)
• March 11, 2023: Coconut Creek (4800 W. Copans Road)
• March 25, 2023: Lauderdale Lakes (4331 NW 46 Street)
• April 29, 2023: Fort Lauderdale (2201 NW 9th Ave)
• May 6, 2023: Tamarac (6011 Nob Hill Road)
• May 27, 2023: Pompano Beach (1660 NE 10th Street)
• August 12, 2023: Coconut Creek (4800 W. Copans Road)
• August 26, 2023: North Lauderdale (701 SW 71st Ave)
• October 28, 2023: Pompano Beach (1660 NE 10th Street)
• November 11, 2023: Fort Lauderdale (2201 NW 9th Ave)
• December 2, 2023: Tamarac (6011 Nob Hill Road)
Every weekend during regular business hours, Coral Springs residents may drop off bulk trash and yard waste at the Waste Transfer Station (12600 Wiles Road). Residents can drop off paint, fluorescent bulbs, and electronic equipment on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month.