WastePro Announces Changes To Bulk, Yard Day Pickup Beginning Oct. 4


Waste Pro

By Bryan Boggiano

WastePro is taking out the trash on more days.

The company announced Monday that they would add routes and begin doing bulk and yard pick up five days a week. Currently, WastePro does bulk and yard pick up three days each week.

Beginning Oct. 4, WastePro’s new pickup schedule will affect residents in specific neighborhoods. The city uploaded the current pickup map and an updated map to show the schedule change.

Blue cart and green day carts will remain the same.

“At WastePro, we strive to identify opportunities that will improve our service for the residents of Coral Springs,” the company said in a statement. “This will help us minimize the number of incomplete routes and provide us additional time to service our fleet.

Updated Bulk and Yard Pickup Days

Monday (yellow): Places between Wiles Road and Sample Road that are east of University Drive. Includes Coral Creek, Woodside, Turtle Run, and Hidden Hammocks

Tuesday (green): South of Royal Palm Boulevard and east of Coral Springs Drive. It also includes Springs Hamlet, part of Cypress Run, Maplewood, and Ramblewood.

Wednesday (purple): North of Sample Road between University Drive and Coral Ridge Drive, and most places north of Wiles Road. Includes Whispering Woods, Kensignton, Brookside, Wyndham Lakes, and Heron Bay.

Thursday (blue): Residents between Royal Palm Boulevard and Sample Road. It also includes residents on the south side of Royal Palm Boulevard west of Coral Ridge Drive. Includes Forest Hills, Parkside, and Westchester.

Friday (orange): Residents south of Royal Palm Boulevard and west of Coral Springs Drive. Includes Eagle Trace, The Isles, and most of Cypress Glen.

WastePro Announces Changes To Bulk, Yard Day Pickup Beginning Oct. 4

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WastePro Announces Changes To Bulk, Yard Day Pickup Beginning Oct. 4

Bryan Boggiano
A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan is pursuing his masters in geosciences at Florida International University. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.

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