The services provided in each city's dumps can vary, but some services that are commonly included are household trash and brush dumping and basic recycling. The fees associated with the use of these dumps vary as well because they are set by each individual city.
As of 2015, city dumps in Chandler, Arizona accept recycling materials including cardboard, tires, paper, plastic and scrap metal. These are in addition to general household waste. Some household trash requires a per-ton fee such as wood and household construction debris. A number of these services are only available to residents who pay for City Solid Waste Services. Residents should bring a photo ID along with proof of bill payment.
Frisco, Texas accepts carpet, furniture, and outdoor grills along with basic household trash. The dump requires that each item be less than six feet in size in any direction. Customers are limited to two visits per month, and a photo ID and current water bill must be provided. The city website provides a full list of acceptable items and alternate dump sites for special loads at FriscoTexas.gov.
Fort Worth, Texas accepts many of the same items as other cities, but as of 2015 its requirement on tires is a bit different; users can dump four tires every six months. This is per household as well, notes FortWorthTexas.gov.