Free Dump Day

Semi-annual Clean-Up Scheduled October 26, 2019



Residents will have the opportunity to dispose of unwanted items at the City’s semi-annual Clean-Up on Saturday, October 26, from 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Waste Management Quarry Landfill, 13720 E. 46th St. North. This is easily accessible by traveling north on U.S. Highway 169 to the eastbound exit at 46th St. North. 

Residents may dump free by presenting a driver’s license with a Broken Arrow address or a recent utility bill. City employees will be on site to verify residency. 

Any household waste can be dropped off except for the following items:



  • hazardous materials
  • liquids (such as paint in liquid form, gasoline, used oil, etc.)
  • batteries
  • fluorescent light bulbs
  • untreated medical waste
  • compressed gas cylinders
Call the Tulsa M.e.t at 918-584-0584 to find out how to dispose of these items.

Refrigerators/air conditioners/freezers/or Freon containing items will be accepted with the proper documentation that the refrigerant has been properly removed by a licensed CFC technician. 

There will be a $2 fee for each car tire, $4 fee for each truck tire.

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.

For additional information about eligible items, please contact the landfill at 918-439-7835.

Where to take recycling and e-waste

The Metropolitan Environmental Trust (The M.e.t.) operates a recycling and e-waste center at 302 N. Elm Pl. in Broken Arrow.

Items that can be recycled include: #1 & #2 plastic bottles, plastic bottle lids, glass bottles, newspaper, office paper, magazines, aluminum cans, motor oil (5 gallon limit), batteries (household & auto), cooking oil (5 gallon limit), eyeglasses, phone books, plastic bags, steel cans, scrap metal, antifreeze (5 gallon limit), cardboard and paperboard. The following e-waste items can also be dropped off: cameras, computer batteries, computer towers, copiers/scanners, fax machines, keyboards/mouse, laptops, microwaves, phones, printers, power cords, small appliances, UPS systems and VCR/DVD players. 

For more information, visit www.metrecycle.com/broken-arrow

How to dispose of household pollutants

Broken Arrow residents are able to dispose of their hazardous household waste any time of the year at the City of Tulsa’s Household Pollutant Collection Facility, 4502 S. Galveston Ave. in west Tulsa.

Hazardous household waste includes fluorescent and CFL bulbs, oil-based paints, vehicle fluids, aerosols, pool chemicals and more.

A full list of what can and cannot be recycled at the facility can be found at BrokenArrowOK.gov/HazardousWaste.

Broken Arrow residents will need to contact the M.e.t. at 918-584-0584 to schedule an appointment and receive a confirmation number. The appointment and confirmation number will allow residents to dispose of their waste at the Tulsa facility free of charge.

The facility is open by appointment only from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays.