Pasco County Utilities, Solid Waste and Resource Recovery Department, will begin debris removal starting the week of Monday, September 18, 2017.
In preparation for the removal, Pasco County homeowners must have all debris materials brought to the curb or roadside for pickup. Residents should be aware and be careful not to block fire hydrants, mailboxes, electrical boxes or any other structures. Contractor generated debris will not be picked up. Additionally, do not bag debris and refrigerators should be empty, with the doors secured or removed.
Requests for debris pickup must be submitted to Pasco County Customer Service Center by emailing [email protected], providing the address where the debris is located. Residents can also call customer service at 727.847.2411.
Debris must be separated into the following categories:
Couches, sofas, chairs
Lumber (if NOT pressure treated)
Dry insulation (if wet, pile with construction)
Carpet & padding
Lumber (pressure treated)
Tree cuttings (must be no more than 5 feet in length and all branches must be bundled)
Items that are more than 75% metal
Hazardous Waste – Delayed Pick-Up
Any household chemicals
Oil, gas, flammables
Lawn & garden chemicals
Computer monitors computer towers (CPU’s)
PASCO CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER: Citizens who have questions, need assistance, would like to help, or want to report storm damage can call Pasco County Customer Service Center at 727.847.2411 or send an
e-mail to: [email protected].
All residents are urged to report storm-related damage and storm-related debris to MyPasco App. Please visit http://bit.ly/1SFTID9 for instructions to download the MyPasco App.
For questions, call Pasco County Customer Service at 727.847.2411.