Pasco County Storm-Related Debris Removal

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on September 5, 2023

Pick-up begins Wednesday, September 6

Pasco County Storm-Related Debris Removal

In the wake of Hurricane Idalia Pasco County Solid Waste and Resource Recovery, have started picking up storm and flood-damaged debris in the West Pasco region and in unincorporated areas along U.S. Highway 19.  Debris Management Contractor collections will begin Wednesday, September 6, 2023. Crews will be on the streets every day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the next several weeks.

You do not need to schedule debris pickup, however, if you would like to provide us with your address and the type of debris you have, please click HERE and enter your information:

Regular garbage will be picked up by your private hauler on your regular trash days.

Please separate and place all debris at the curb or roadside – being careful not to block fire hydrants, mailboxes, electrical boxes or any other structures.  Do not place debris in bags, and make sure appliances are empty, with the doors secured or removed. *Note: Contractor-generated construction debris will not be collected.

Debris must be separated into the following categories:

  • Furniture (Mattresses, sofas, chairs, dressers, etc.)
  • White Goods (Appliances, metal furniture/shelving, bikes, etc.)
  • Construction (Drywall, tile, wet insulation, wet carpet, etc.)
  • Vegetation (Tree cuttings no more than 5 ft long, branches bundled.)
  • Hazardous Waste / Delayed pickup (Household chemicals, oil, gas, televisions, etc.)

You can also report debris directly with our Customer Service team, M – F, from 8 – 5:



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