Under the new refuse and recycling program, the City of Tulsa provides the following solid waste services:
Dead Animal Removal
Dead animals will be removed from public streets or private residence if the animals are placed on the curb for pickup. Animals must be placed at the curb in a bag or box. This service is provided at no extra charge. Please email Tulsa311@cityoftulsa.org and provide the exact location and specific direction to the pick-up site. All calls received on the weekends will be serviced on the next working day.
Special Service for the Physically Limited
The City of Tulsa offers a special service policy for residents who are unable to place their trash an/or recyclables to the curb on their collection day due to a physical limitation or disability. Under this program, a medically verified disability may request once-a-week, backyard or extended backyard service for the curbside collection rate upon application approval.
The latest program offering to Tulsa residents can drop off household pollutants at our year-round collection center. Our staff arranges appointments to accept unused household pollutants. Household pollutants are collected in order to keep them out of the landfill, sewer systems, storm drains, streams and rivers. Learn more...
Dumping trash in the City of Tulsa is illegal. If you have observed an illegal dump site please call 311 to report the problem and share the location. You may also report Illegal Dumping Online
Neighborhood Dumpster Program
The City of Tulsa's Neighborhood Dumpster Program is a service available to registered neighborhood groups to perform neighborhood clean-up activities. Participating groups can make use of 30-yard containers to dispose of eligible household items twice a year. Learn more...
Tulsa M.e.t. Depot Locations
In addition to your regular trash and recycling services, the M.e.t. has three Tulsa depot locations where you can dispose of your recycling and E-Waste. M.e.t. Online