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Posted on: August 7, 2017

Where to Take Storm Debris

Storm Debris

Residents with storm debris have options for disposal.


Tree Limbs  

Through a partnership with the City of Tulsa, Broken Arrow residents may use the Tulsa Mulch Site, 2100 N. 145th E. Ave., to drop off tree limbs at no charge. You will need to bring a drivers license or utility bill showing your Broken Arrow address in order to drop off for free.


OR

Tree limbs may be set out with the normal, twice-weekly trash pickup; however, limbs and brush must be cut into four to five-foot lengths and tied into one-foot diameter bundles.


Construction Debris
Roofing, fencing and other building materials can be dumped at the Waste Management Quarry Landfill, 13720 E. 46th St. North in Tulsa. The landfill charges a fee. For more information, call 918-439-7835.


OR

City of Broken Arrow utility customers may schedule a special pickup by calling the Action Center, 918-258-3587. The fee ranges from $36 for a pickup of less than five cubic yards, to $75 for six to 15 cubic yards. The fee will be added to your utility bill.

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