​What is an Eco-station?

Eco-stations are huge roll-off bins, strategically placed in city-owned parks and near clusters of multi-family housing complexes. Phoenix residents and businesses are encouraged to use the eco-stations to place their recyclables at any time. 

Recyclable items can also be dropped off at Phoenix's two transfer stations:

27th Avenue Transfer Station - 3060 S. 27th Ave. Phoenix, AZ

North Gateway Transfer Station - 30205 N. Black Canyon Hwy. Phoenix, AZ

Locations and Service Schedule

Steele Indian School Park - PERMANENTLY CLOSED


Deer Valley Park - Emptied on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

Paradise Valley Park - Emptied on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday


Sweetwater Park ​- Emptied on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday​​

​Pecos Park - Emptied on Wednesday and Saturday


​Maryvale Park - CURRENTLY CLOSED. Emptied on Monday

​Cesar Chavez Park - Emptied on Tuesday and Saturday

Los Olivos Park - ​Emptied on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday​


 Eco-station Locations

Master List

Check out the Master List for what is accepted in the Eco-station.


Contact Us

Public Works Department



Please keep all recyclables loose and not bagged.

Paper products

Sheets of paper, mail, newspaper, magazines

Hard plastic products

Jugs, bottles, jars, cups, to-go containers

Metal products

Food cans, aluminum beverage cans, party trays, aluminum foil

Cardboard products

Boxes (packaging and food boxes), paper towel/toilet paper tubes, milk/juice cartons

Glass products

Bottles, jars

Not Accepted


Vehicle batteries, rechargeable batteries, alkaline, lithium ion, nickel-cadmium, nickel-metal hydride batteries

Thin paper products

Tissue paper, toilet paper, paper towels, napkins

Soft film plastics

Plastic kitchen bags, plastic shopping bags, thin film plastics, Styrofoam, candy wrappers, chip bags

Large metal items

Metal sheets, electronics, car parts, hoses, lights

Greasy cardboard food containers

Greasy pizza boxes, greasy to-go containers

Specialty glass items

Light bulbs, ceramics, sheets of glass


Grass, yard waste, food waste, clothing, diapers

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