Residential Recycling

Garbage, Recycling and Yard Waste Composting Collection

For collection scheduling, reporting a problem, compliments and special requests please visit Waste Pro

Single Stream “Mixed” Recycling

Please call 407-774-0800 to order your 64 gallon recycling cart.

Residential Recycling Information

Multi-family Recycling

Apartments and condos can establish recycling programs with collection through most haulers in the area. Please call 407-599-3364 for assistance in establishing multi-family recycling service.

What to do with paint?

Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste Recycling

Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste are collected at the Seminole County Central Transfer Station Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at 1950 State Road 419 in Longwood. The Orange County Landfill also collects these items 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 5901 Young Pine Road in Orlando.

Did you know that Goodwill and Dell have partnered to collected E-Waste at their Central Florida locations? Visit Dell Reconnect for the nearest location.

Commercial Recycling

Did you know businesses can potentially save money while recycling?

For more information on recycling at your business or to add service, please contact your hauler to explore options or contact rcastle@wasteprousa.com.

Construction and Demolition Debris

To schedule recycling and garbage collection for C&D, please contact rcastle@wasteprousa.com.

Special Events Recycling

To request recycling services and bins at a special event, please contact the city’s Parks & Recreation Department at 407-599-3463.

Resources

Prescription Drug Take Back Program

DrugTakeBackProgramDue to the success of three separate drug take back events during 2010 and the continued public outcry for assistance, the Winter Park Police Department placed a Prescription Reclamation Station in the lobby of the Public Safety Building, located at 500 North Virginia Avenue

This program is designed to help the community with safely disposing of outdated, unwanted, and unused medicines. This initiative will help keep over the counter and prescription medications out of the hands of our youth when the parents do not know where to dispose of such items safely. This program will assure these unwanted and outdated drugs are safely destroyed and do not end up in the hands of our children, our waterways, or inappropriate disposed of into our environment where they can adversely impact our natural habitats.

This station will be accessible during normal lobby business hours Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except holidays.