The City of Palm Coast contracts with FCC Environmental for your garbage needs; garbage collection, recycling, yard waste, bulk trash and white goods removal. Check the schedule and find your scheduled pick up times for trash in your area.
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Trash receptacles are to be purchased by the resident. The container should be between 10-35 gallons, not exceeding 60lbs in weight at time of removal. Up to 4 receptacles may be set out on your service day. Residents have 2 service collection dates on a weekly basis. Service day #1 collects normal household waste. Service day #2 collects normal waste and bulk items less than 3 cubic yards.
Recycling is single-stream and collected on a weekly basis. All recycled goods such as cans and bottles should be rinsed out thoroughly to prevent contamination. FCC takes all recycling collected to GEL Recycling. Learn more about that process below.GEL Recycling
Yard Waste is picked up on Wednesdays. If the amount of Yard Waste is over 2 cubic yards (industry standard), you will receive a tag to pay the hauler directly to have it picked up.
Bulk Trash can include furniture, mattresses, TV's, dishwashers, etc. Bulk trash will be picked up weekly, on your second trash day. Maintain the amount of trash by 3 Cubic Yards (industry standard) in size, do not go over.
White goods such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, etc., should be placed curbside for collection. Refrigerators and Freezers doors must be removed. Allow 3-5 days for pick up. Call Customer Service for arrangements.
Flagler County Recycling and Household Hazardous Waste is a FREE drop-off site for hazardous waste at 1700 S. Old Kings Road on Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m.Flagler County Collection Facility
The City of Palm Coast's contract for garbage collection, recycling, yard waste, bulk trash and white good removal is now with FCC Environmental.