Hours of operation: Tuesday – Saturday 8:30 to 5:00
Closed on the following holidays:
December 24 (at noon)
Please remember to pre-sort your recyclables. Drop-Off Center attendants are required to have all materials sorted. Residents will be required to sort materials at the Drop-Off Centers if it has not been sorted prior to arrival. Please note that all residential loads are subject to inspection. The County does retain the right to reject any material brought to a residential drop-off center.
All yard waste is recycled. Use kraft paperbags or reusable containers. NO PLASTIC BAGS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Keep yard waste and bulky materials separated. Residents may be required to empty bags on-site in order to further eliminate contamination.
Where do I recycle items that are not listed?
Click here for information on recycling: CFL's, Fluorescent Lamps, Old Medicine, Old Paint, Flammable Liquids, Ammunition, Waste Tires
The County also CANNOT accept:
What is household hazardous waste?
Household hazardous wastes are any product labeled: toxic, poison, corrosive, flammable, combustible or irritant that is thrown into the household garbage can.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency,
“Leftover household products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients are considered to be "household hazardous waste" or "HHW." Products, such as paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides that contain potentially hazardous ingredients require special care when you dispose of them.”
Whenever possible, find more environmentally friendly products in place of commonly hazardous products. Using common products like baking soda, vinegar, lemons, salt, and olive oil work effectively to clean and protect. See the suggested links listed below for more information on alternatives.
If you have household hazardous wastes that you must dispose of, follow these suggestions for proper disposal:
For more information on household hazardous waste, please visit: