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Trash and recycling services will not be impacted by the Labor Day holiday. Residents in Zone 1 must have their carts out by 6 a.m. on Sept. 2 for service. As a reminder, residents may schedule bulk trash services online at QueenCreek.org/BulkTrash.

Agricultural Dust

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Plowed Farm FieldAgricultural activities have been identified as a source that contributes to producing particulate matter. In an effort to address agriculture's contribution to PM-10, the Governor's Agricultural Best Management Practices (BMP) Committee was created in 1998 to develop an agricultural PM-10 permit that would address the need for controls on agricultural operations. This agricultural PM-10 general permit requires that at least one BMP be implemented to control PM-10 for each of the following three categories: tillage and harvest, non-cropland and cropland. 

 Any farmer who farms more than 10 contiguous acres of land located within the Maricopa County PM-10 non-attainment area must comply with the agricultural PM-10 general permit. 

 The Arizona Department of Agriculture offers a compliance assistance program for commercial farmers to ensure compliance with laws and rules that address air quality standards within the Maricopa County PM-10 non-attainment area. 

To file a complaint regarding excessive agricultural dust with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ). Click here: File a Complaint

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