Mckay Bay Refuse-To-Energy Facility
The McKay Bay Refuse-To-Energy Facility provides a reliable, more environmentally-conscious method of managing the City of Tampa's 360,000+ tons of municipal solid waste that citizens generate each year. The energy created in burning this waste is converted into enough electrical power to supply electrical needs for up to 100,000 Tampa homes. Electrical energy generated at the McKay Bay facility is sold to Tampa Electric Company as a revenue source for Tampa's residents.
- About McKay Bay Refuse-To-Energy Facility
- Operating Hours and Customer Guidelines
- Location: 107 N. 34th Street
*Tires are only accepted on Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 7am to 1pm.