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Posted on: September 24, 2019

Recycling Update!

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This service includes one (1) weekly collection of recyclable materials placed in containers approved by the City and designated for recycling purposes. Limit three (3) bins per household.

Non-recyclable materials will be left in your bin to let you know that item is not recyclable.

Boxes must be broken down and all cardboard needs to be cut to a 2 foot by 2 foot size to be recycled. Do not bundle or tie flattened boxes together. Cardboard larger than 2 feet will be collected with garbage.


No Styrofoam or plastic bags. Grocery bags can be recycled at most grocery stores.

Residents can pick up recycle bins at the Public Works Department at 407 Virginia Ave. Port Orange.

For more details click on the link below:

Recycling details 

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