Telephone Directories

= Tucson Clean & Beautiful Member/Partner
  • City of Tucson Environmental Services/Do More Blue Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    See Public Recycling Drop-off Stations. Outdated telephone directories are recyclable in Blue Barrels, at Neighborhood Recycling Centers and the recycling bins at Landfill & Transfer Stations. Paper-back books & catalogs (but not hard-bound books) also accepted for recycling.
    The City of Tucson is a TCB Program Partner.
    (520) 791-5000
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  • City of Tucson Los Reales Landfill Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    (Enter at Los Reales Rd. and Craycroft Rd. - south of I-10) - Accepts small quantities of automotive and household batteries (except disposable alkaline) from households free of charge at ABOP disposal area (Commercial hazardous waste not accepted). Open Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Household Hazardous Waste items accepted Tuesday-Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
    Also hosts a Neighborhood Recycling Center, for free recycling dropoff during business hours.
    The City of Tucson is a TCB Program Partner.
  • Clements Center at Lincoln Park (Ward 4) Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Open as of Thursday, June 22, 2017. (Poinciana Dr. is east from Pantano Rd. between Escalante Rd. and Irvington Rd.) - Neighborhood Recycling Center operated by City of Tucson Environmental Services. Accepts Blue Barrel recyclables: aluminum & steel cans, glass bottles & jars, all plastics (except bags or foam) including bottles and containers # 1-7, rigid plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper, phone books, milk cartons, and drink boxes.
  • Eastside City Hall (Ward 2) Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Site open as of Friday, June 23, 2017 (replaces Udall Park recycling center which is now closed). North side of Speedway Blvd., 1 block east of Prudence Rd. - Neighborhood Recycling Center operated by City of Tucson Environmental Services. Accepts Blue Barrel recyclables: aluminum & steel cans, glass bottles & jars, all plastics (except bags or foam) including bottles and containers # 1-7, rigid plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper, phone books, milk cartons, and drink boxes.
  • Mansfield Park Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    (West side of 4th Ave. one block south of Grant) - Ward 3 designated Neighborhood Recycling Center operated by City of Tucson Environmental Services. Accepts Blue Barrel recyclables: aluminum & steel cans, glass bottles & jars, all plastics (except bags or foam) including bottles and containers # 1-7, rigid plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper, phone books, milk cartons, and drink boxes.
  • Patrick K. Hardesty Midtown Multi-Service Center Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    (West side of Alvernon Way just north of 22nd St.) - Ward 6 designated Neighborhood Recycling Center operated by City of Tucson Environmental Services. Accepts Blue Barrel recyclables: aluminum & steel cans, glass bottles & jars, all plastics (except bags or foam) including bottles and containers # 1-7, rigid plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper, phone books, milk cartons, and drink boxes.
  • Ward 1 Designated Site Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    (Enter from San Juan Trail, on the west side of Mission Rd. south of Silverlake Rd.) - replaces the Kennedy Park recycling center which has closed. - Ward 1 designated Neighborhood Recycling Center operated by City of Tucson Environmental Services. Accepts Blue Barrel recyclables: aluminum & steel cans, glass bottles & jars, all plastics (except bags or foam) including bottles and containers # 1-7, rigid plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper, phone books, milk cartons, and drink boxes.
  • Ward 5 Council Office Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    (West side of Park Ave. between Ajo Way and Fair St.) - Operated by City of Tucson Environmental Services. Accepts Blue Barrel recyclables: aluminum & steel cans, glass bottles & jars, all plastics (except bags or foam) including bottles and containers # 1-7, rigid plastics, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper, phone books, milk cartons, drink boxes.
  • Yellow Pages Association
    Website lists options and contact information for opting out of delivery for locally delivered telephone directories.
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