Las dos estaciones de transferencia aceptan basura y reciclables de residentes, negocios y los recolectores comerciales de desechos.
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Metro's two transfer stations accept trash and recyclables from citizens, businesses and commercial waste haulers. Hazardous waste facilities are next to these stations. Find rates, fees and how to prepare a load.
Find hours and directions for Metro Central transfer station...Go
Find hours and directions for Metro South transfer station...Go
Each transfer station has a household hazardous waste facility on site open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday...Learn more
Wondering what to do with those old paint cans, motor oil and solvents? Find out what materials are hazardous and where and how to safely dispose of them.Learn more
Find out how to save time and money by sorting and separating your garbage and recyclables and covering your load. Watch a short video for a behind-the-scenes look at a Metro transfer station.Learn more
Find rates and fees for disposal of garbage, yard debris, tires and appliances containing refrigerant at Metro's transfer stations.Learn more
Find out which materials can be accepted for disposal and recycling at Metro's two transfer stations.Learn more