City of Tulsa – Free Landfill Days This Weekend and November Pollutant Collection

City of Tulsa – Free Landfill Days This Weekend and November Pollutant Collection

City of Tulsa – Free Landfill Days

City of Tulsa logoThe City of Tulsa will host its semi-annual Free Landfill Days event on Saturday, October 27, and Sunday, October 28, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Quarry Landfill located on 46th Street North approximately 1-1/2 miles east of U.S. 169.

This event provides an opportunity for City of Tulsa utility customers to dispose of unwanted items, with the exception of objects containing Freon refrigerant, such as air conditioners and refrigerators.

A $2.50 fee will be applied to each discarded tire with rim sizes up to 19.5 inches. For larger tires, the fee is $3.50 per tire. A $1.00 fee will be applied to motorcycle and smaller tires. The tire disposal charges cover state disposal and recycling fees.

To be admitted to the landfill without paying a fee, participants must present a City of Tulsa utility bill or a valid driver’s license with an address located within the Tulsa city limits.

Loads in trucks and trailers should be secured and covered to prevent contents from blowing out onto roadways and creating traffic hazards.

For more information about Free Landfill Days, please call (918) 596-9777 or visit

Fairgrounds Pollutant Collection, November 3-4

MET logoThe MET (The Metropolitan Environmental Trust) will host a pollutant collection event at the Tulsa State Fairgrounds November 3-4 from 10am-3pm. Fairground location is 15th & Sandusky – enter at gate 7. This service is available for residents of Bixby, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Glenpool, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, City of Tulsa and Tulsa County.

Please check the web site for acceptable items or call 918-584-0584 with any questions you have:

Remember to reduce, reuse and recycle – it’s a beautiful earth and the only one we’ve got!

About Lori Cain

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Tulsa Realtor serving the greater Tulsa area and specializing in midtown Tulsa real estate. Married to best friend, Demetrius Bereolos and mom to pups Penny and Osage. Great chef, community leader!


  1. Erika Rogers says

    Hope this has been a successful event. The semi-annual Free Landfill Days and
    The MET (The Metropolitan Environmental Trust) pollutant collection event is a
    very informative event that aims to make awareness on how we can discard
    our individual garbage properly.

    Erika Rogers
    Re/Max First Realty