Community Recycling Sites

NOTICE

The following drop off sites have been permanently closed due to excessive dumping of trash, hazardous materials, and contamination.

 New Port Richey area - Pine Hill
 Port Richey area - Tampa Bay Times building


 These following drop off sites are open.

 Holiday area - Anclote Gulf Park
 New Port Richey area - Embassy Waste Water Treatment Plant
 North East area – Pasco Recycling North
 Land O Lakes area - Senior Center

West Pasco Recycling Center
14606 Hays Road, Spring Hill
7am to 4:30pm, Monday - Saturday
Additional Materials Accepted
For more information, call:
727-861-3053
East Pasco Recycling Center
9626 Handcart Road, Dade City
7am to 4pm, Monday - Saturday
Additional Materials Accepted
For more information, call:
352-521-0500
Port Richey Area Recycling
Embassy Waste Water Treatment Plant
9512 Crabtree Lane, Port Richey
8am to 5pm, Wednesday - Saturday
Land O'Lakes Area Recycling
Senior Services Center
6801 Wisteria Loop, Land O'Lakes
8am to 3:30pm Monday - Friday
Holiday Area Recycling
Anclote Gulf Park
2305 Baillies Bluff Road, Holiday
8am to 5pm, Wednesday - Saturday
North of Dade City area recycling
Pasco Recycling North
15641 US 301 North, Dade City
8am to 4:30pm Monday - Friday
8am to 12pm Saturday
For more information, call:
352-567-2392

If you have curbside trash pickup, you can recycle from home.

Call your garbage hauler for more information.

All facilities listed above will accept:

  1. Aluminum Cans
  2. Cardboard
  3. Paper
  4. Plastic Bottles & Containers
  5. Metal Food Cans

We accept aluminum cans in our program. Recycling just one aluminum can saves enough energy to power a standard laptop for two hours!

Please make sure cans are clean and dry!


Aluminum Cans

Why Don't You Recycle Glass?

When glass breaks, it acts as a contaminant for other materials and makes them more difficult to recycle. Recycling standards have increased over the years, and glass makes it harder to recycle other material. Glass is expensive to process and there is no viable market for recycled glass in Florida. To reduce costs and increase the recyclability of the overall stream, glass is no longer accepted.


Why no _____________________?

We can only accept the items listed because the machines that separate recycling are only designed for certain items. Anything else can cause the machines to seize up, slow down, or even break.

Remember: When in doubt, throw it out!