Renting a roll-off dumpster
Complete and download the Roll Off Dumpster Agreement (make sure to include a valid phone number). All agreements must be signed. Email your completed agreement to [email protected], along with a list of the dates you'd prefer and we will call you to reserve the specific dates and take your payment over the phone. Don't have access to the internet? Come on into City Hall and we'd be happy to help you.
The Waste Collection Division works with our partners to guarantee the timely and efficient removal of solid waste from the residences of South Salt Lake.
SSL Waste Collection and our partners provide the following services:
- Weekly garbage and recycling curbside pickup
- Roll-off dumpster rental
- Transfer station dropoff
- May and November cleanup
In addition, the Public Works Department provides the following waste disposal services:
- Fall Leaf Bag Program
- Holiday tree pickup
Garbage and Recycling curbside pickup:
The City provides weekly garbage and recycling collection for residential dwellings (qualifying single-family units and duplexes only). Ace Disposal has been contracted to collect and dispose of solid waste for the City. Pickup times vary by workload.
If you experience problems with your pickup, call Ace Disposal's Customer Service line: 801-363-9995.
Trash and recycling cans should be placed at least 3 feet away from any object (such as other cans, mailboxes, poles, and vehicles) with the arrow on the lid pointing towards the street and no more than 2 feet from the curb. Please have your containers out by 7:00 a.m. If you need your can repaired, call 801-483-6074. Residents are responsible for cleaning their own containers.
Owner-occupied single-family residences may have one (1) garbage can and one (1) recycling can for the cost of $10.00 per month. This is billed quarterly in February, May, August, and November for $30.00. Customers may have one additional garbage or recycling can for an additional $10.00 per month. Prepayment of the remaining billing cycle and a $25.00 delivery fee is required.
Rental properties consisting of single-family residences and duplexes (2 units) also qualify for city-provided waste collection, as long as they conform to property layout requirements. Rentals are managed through our Business Licensing division and garbage is billed annually at the same fees as owner-occupied homes, along with permit fees. Please contact Business Licensing at 801.483.6063 for details.
Residents may rent a roll-off container to dispose of yard refuse and debris, including tree limbs, leaves, shrubbery, and grass trimmings, as well as items such as used carpet, appliances, auto parts, etc. Please read the agreement for limitations. Reservations are not accepted by phone and are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Containers book quickly; it's best to book in advance and have alternative dates available in case your first request is booked. Deliveries are made on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Complete the agreement above.
Transfer Station (residential dump) - Closed 1/1/22
City residents can use the transfer station located at 502 West 3300 South, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., on the first and third Saturdays of each month. To use the facility, residents will need to obtain a free Transfer Station card from City Hall. Please call us at 801.483.6074 and we will mail one to you.
Hazardous Waste Materials such as latex- or oil-based paints, fuel oils, motor oils, etc. are unacceptable materials for disposal in any curbside pickup. You can dispose of these types of materials at the Salt Lake County Landfill located at 6030 West 1300 South. Hours of operation: Monday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Call 801-313-6697 for more information.
What happens if pickup day comes on a holiday?
If your regularly scheduled pick-up day falls on July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year's Day, service will be delayed one day starting with the holiday.
How can I get a replacement Transfer Station card?
Call 801-483-6074 and we will mail you a new card.
Where can I find a full list of hazardous materials?
Please look at Ace Disposal’s webpage, where they list hazardous items that shouldn’t be thrown out.
Where can I learn more about the Fall Leaf Bag Program?
Read this document to learn more about the program and how you can get your bags this fall!