Information about residential collection services: refuse, yard waste and bulk items, paying service fees, reporting collection issues or illegal dumping, and more.
The City has a comprehensive solid waste services program that provides citizens with an exceptional residential trash service at $14 per month per dwelling unit.
City solid waste services include:
- at least once a week collection for trash pickup and recycling pickup;
- weekly collection of yard waste March-December;
- monthly pickup of bulky items (furniture, appliances, tires, waste motor oil, car batteries, etc.).
See below for information about each service.
Pay a Water-Refuse Bill
Options for how to pay a water-refuse bill to the Collector of Revenue’s Office
Prepare for Bulk and BOAT-E (Batteries-Oil-Appliances-Tires-Electronics) Item Pick-up and Disposal
Instructions and services for pick up and collections for large/bulky Items and BOAT-E items (batteries, appliances, oil Appliances, tires, Electronics)
Prepare for Residential Refuse Collection
Tips to prepare for residential refuse collection
Prepare for Yard Waste Pickup
How and when to gather your yard waste for local pickup
Report A Missed Trash Collection
Report a Missed Trash Collection or refuse issue
Report a Problem With Trash, Debris and Containers
Report a problem with missing, misplaced, damaged or overflowing trash containers or commercial dumpster, unsatisfactory collection, billing or collection schedules.
Report Illegal Dumping
How to report illegal dumping of any waste in the City of St. Louis.
Residential Refuse Collection Rules
Rules and policies governing residential refuse, yard waste and recycling
Yard waste including grass, leaves, and limbs can be recycled - Large branches and Christmas tree disposal