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Residential Recycling

Curbside recycling is available from the city of Pensacola for its residents and from Emerald Coast Utilities Authority for unincorporated areas. For detailed information or to request service, please click on the link to the right.

Business Recycling

If you are a business in Escambia County, you can recycle.  Please contact your waste provider for recycling information.

Drop–Off Centers

Escambia County also provides several recycling drop-off locations in the county. Typical materials accepted are glass, aluminum, plastics 1-2, cardboard and newspaper.  For a complete list of recyclable materials click here.

Where can I recycle?


Residential Clean Demo Concrete Disposal

Free disposal of clean demo concrete is available at Perdido Landfill. Demo concrete should be free of rebar, backer board, wire mesh and trash. Please contact Waste Services at 850-937-2160 with any questions.

Commercial Clean Demo Concrete Disposal

Free disposal of clean demo concrete may be available at Perdido Landfill. Demo concrete should be free of backer board, rebar, wire mesh and trash. Please contact Waste Services at 850-937-2160 to arrange disposal.

Household Hazardous Waste

HHW may be brought to Perdido Landfill Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, the Oak Grove Citizen’s Convenience Center accepts waste Friday and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Household hazardous waste includes paint and paint products (up to 20 gallons), a variety of household chemicals (up to 5 gallons), used motor oil (up to 5 gallons), fluorescent bulbs (up to 10), e-waste and batteries. There is no charge for residents to drop off HHW.  For disposal of used cooking oil, click here for more information from ECUA.

Escambia County holds Regional Roundups each year. Residents may bring their HHW to the location.  There is no charge for disposal. Click here for information on the next Regional Roundup.

Vehicle Recycling

At this time Escambia County Waste Services does not recycle unwanted vehicles. We encourage all residents and businesses to check online for available resources.

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