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Broken Arrow Holds Annual Fall Cleanup Day

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Broken Arrow residents are disposing of unwanted items at the City Quarry Landfill. Broken Arrow residents are disposing of unwanted items at the City Quarry Landfill.
You must bring proof of a Broken Arrow address. You must bring proof of a Broken Arrow address.
BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma -

Broken Arrow's fall cleanup day started early Saturday morning and runs through 4 p.m. If you live in the city and are trying to get rid of some junk you can come to the Waste Management Quarry Landfill near Highway 169 and 46th Street North.

All you need is a driver's license or a utility bill proving you live in Broken Arrow to participate in Free Dump Day.

Residents can drop off household waste other than: 

  • Hazardous materials
  • Liquids (such as paint in liquid form, gasoline, used oil, etc.) 
  • Batteries
  • Fluorescent light bulbs
  • Untreated medical waste
  • Compressed gas cylinders

To get rid of appliances with freon, you have to bring documentation that the refrigerant has been removed by a licensed technician.  There is a fee for car and truck tires.

Motor oil, batteries, antifreeze, steel cans and scrap metal are accepted year-round at the Metropolitan Environmental Trust (MET) recycling facility located at 302 North Elm Place. The facility also accepts plastic bottles, glass bottles, newspaper, office paper, aluminum cans, cardboard and paperboard.

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