Additional Services

  • Clean Out Services
  • Full Residential Cleanouts
  • Partial Residential Cleanouts
  • Garage, Shed and Storage Cleanouts
  • Attic Cleanouts
  • Foreclosure/Eviction Cleanouts
  • Building and Office Cleanouts
  • Estate Junk/Debris/Trash Removal
  • Residential Junk/Debris/Trash Removal
  • Foreclosure Junk Removal
  • Furniture and Appliance Removal
  • Yard Junk/Debris/Trash Cleanups
  • Donation Pickups
  • Remove old furniture
  • Remove trash from premesis


Landfill Locations in Miami Dade


October 1, 2016

One of the critical things that they don't tell you when dumping items at this landfill is when you pay with a credit card they are going to double the estimate of your trash and junk weight. This double fee is put on your credit card. Once, you have the official fee that amount is charge to your card, however, the original estimated fee is left on your credit card for about 5 days. You are far better using a check because you only pay what you exactly need to and there is nothing on hold.


  • Address: 23707 SW 97th Ave., Homestead, FL 33032 (Gate A)
  • Phone: 305-594-1500
  • Days & hours of operation: seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Accepted forms of payment: Check, money order, debit or credit cards. No cash.


Miami-Dade County's South Dade Landfill (SDLF) is a 300-section of land Class I (junk) landfill situated in the southeastern segment of Miami-Dade County. The SDLF is found neighboring the South District Wastewater Treatment Plant, the Blackpoint Marina and Biscayne Bay ashore possessed by Miami-Dade County. The area additionally houses the South Dade Home Chemical Collection Center.

The SDLF has five cells; three cells have as of now been filled and shut. The fourth cell is the dynamic cell, and development of the fifth cell is in progress. The landfill acknowledges an assortment of waste, including junk, destroyed tires, creature remains, junk and yard waste, development and obliteration trash and (asbestos transfer requires approval from the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources and earlier course of action with the SDLF). Transfer limit at the office is expected to last through 2029.

Notwithstanding its capacity as a last transfer site, the SDLF has an exchange operation. Squander conveyed by County, civil and private waste haulers is emptied on the tipping floor, an uncommon region where waste is emptied and afterward sorted. Some of this waste will be covered at the SDLF, while most is commonly stacked into 85-cubic yard exchange vehicles for transport to the waste-to-vitality operation at the Resources Recovery Facility.

Squander which is bound to be covered at the SDLF is taken to a dynamic cell (right now, cell 4). There, it is saved and after that compacted so it takes up the littlest space conceivable. Toward the end of every working day, the waste that is compacted is secured (normally with soil or unders, which are small particles, for example, soil, shake, coarseness and broken glass that can't be handled at the Resources Recovery Facility.