Sanitation Collection Function
The Sanitation Division is responsible for the collection and disposal of residential/commercial garbage, trash, bulk items, vegetation, and recycling within the Village of North Palm Beach. Our services includes:
Normal Collection Schedule:
Side-Door Residential Household garbage pickup 3 times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
Curbside Residential Trash and Bulk Item pickup 3 times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday)
Curbside Residential Vegetation pickup 2 times a week (Tuesday and Thursday)
Curbside Residential Recycling pickup 1 time a week (Thursday)
- The service scheduled for the day on which the holiday is observed will be missed. All other collection days will remain the same as the normal collection schedule.
- Do not use the magnet sanitation collection schedule.
Materials must be placed by 7:00 a.m. on the appropriate collection day.
Solid waste material generated from the preparation of food, non-recyclable food containers and wrappers, discarded clothing, and disposable items such as diapers, paper towels, and cleaning rags.
These items are collected curb-side. Please make two separate piles, one for vegetation and one for trash/bulk items. Do not mix trash/bulk items with vegetation.
Contractors or individuals for hire for lawn and tree services are responsible for removal of the materials they trim. Building contractors and handymen are required to remove construction debris.
- Garbage - Anything that fits into you bathroom, kitchen, or exterior garbage can.
- Trash - Items too large for a garbage can, but one person could carry it to the curb (i.e. chair, microwave oven, etc.)
- Bulk Item - Item too large for garbage can, but two people could carry it to the curb (i.e. refrigerator, mattress, furniture, etc.)
- Vegetation - Is defined in Section 14-31(a) of our Village Ordinances as "yard waste shall include grass clipping, leaves, shrub trimmings, palm fronds, and tree limbs. Yard waste shall not include dirt, rocks, and similar materials removed from property utilizing mechanical equipment or other waste resulting from land clearing activities."
Co-Mingle plastic, glass and aluminum - Containers made of these materials should be rinsed out with lids and labels removed as well as possible.
Newspapers (bag or tie) - Note: a paper bag holds newspapers very neatly and may be place in 1 end or on top of the recycling bin.
These hazardous waste items are not collected:
Any type of battery
Boat parts and internal combustion engines
Fluorescent light bulbs
Used motor oil/filters
Please call Solid Waste Authority Hazardous Waste Collection Facility at 561-640-4000 for drop-off hours and locations.