The City of Tulsa will roll out the first of its new recycling and trash carts, getting them ready for delivery starting Monday.

Truckloads of the first trash carts have arrived from a Texas manufacturer, and workers are assembling them so they can be loaded onto trucks.

All homes will also get a 96-gallon recycling cart.

And with more than 240,000 carts on order, NeWSolutions says it'll be ten weeks before they're all delivered.

"It's a really big operation," said Gary Percefull, of NeWSolutions. "You can see how big the stack of carts is out here, and this is maybe just over five percent of all the carts that will come through here in the next few weeks."

Everyone should have their carts by late September, but they can be used as soon as they're delivered.

The full schedule for the trash cart distribution is below:

Weeks 1-2: West Tulsa; 56th Street North to Admiral; Yale to 145th East Avenue

Weeks 3-5: Admiral to 31st Street; Arkansas River to I-44

Weeks 5-7: I-44 to the Broken Arrow Expressway; East to 193rd East Avenue

Weeks 7-8: 31st Street Joining the Broken Arrow Expressway; South to 61st Street

Weeks 8-9: 61st Street to 91st Street; Arkansas River to Garnett Road

Weeks 8-9: 91st Street to 131st Street; Arkansas River to Garnett Road

Weeks 9-10: Northwest Quadrant

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