Bulk Waste & Special Services
Bulk Waste Pop-up Events
Next Bulk Waste Pop-up Day: September 18, 2021, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. or until container capacities are reached.
City of Hyattsville residents may bring bulk trash items to containers located at either the City Building (4310 Gallatin Street) or the Department of Public Works Facility (4633 Arundel Place). Follow guidance on acceptable items listed below.
Bulk trash collections occur on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Pickups must be scheduled in advance, and are limited to 25 households a day. To request a pickup, residents can call (301) 985-5032, use the My Hyattsville mobile app, or visit www.hyattsville.org/request.
Guidelines for bulk trash pickup are:
- Households are limited to no more than four items per pickup. For example; one mattress, one box spring, and two chairs.
- Items must be placed curbside no earlier than 6 p.m. the evening before pickup. Items that are left curbside more than one day prior may result in a fine and/or citation.
- Acceptable items include bagged trash, furniture, empty lawn equipment, dry paint cans, and household goods. Construction debris, hazardous waste, and landscaping elements such as gravel, soil, or concrete edging will not be collected. These items must be disposed of properly by the resident or a contractor.
- Each address is allowed four bulk trash pickups per year.
White good appliance pickups are available by request only. White goods include air conditioners, freezers, refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, and dishwashers.
Please note that white goods that are still in working order, as well as building materials and furniture that can be reused, can all be donated to Community Forklift for resale (and to prevent them from going into landfills). To schedule a free pickup, call 301-832-0781.
White goods that don't work, and tires, can be picked up by the City's Department of Public Works. Residents can schedule a free pickup here or by calling (301) 985-5032.
Motor Oil and Antifreeze
Residents can help protect the City’s environment by collecting used motor oil and antifreeze separately and bringing them to the Department of Public Works Operations Center. The City has designated tanks for each of the liquids, and will dispose of them properly. Gasoline, solvents, brake fluid, oil mixtures, refrigeration oil or vegetable oil. is not accepted.
The DPW Operations Center is located at 4633 Arundel Place. It is open Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. It is closed to the public at all other times.
Other Hazardous Waste
Prince George's County operates a Household Hazardous Waste Acceptance Site, co-located at the Brown Station Landfill in Upper Marlboro at 11611 White House Road. For more information and a full list of hazardous materials accepted, please visit the their hazardous waste acceptance webpage.