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Recycling Drop-Off Centers

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What to RECYCLE?

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Check out the City's Recycling Video for tips!

The Solid Waste Division Provides Two Convenient Recycling Drop-Off Centers

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Lake Haven Recycling Center - 810 Lake Haven Rd. (Behind Solid Waste)

*This site also has free mulch, cooking oil receptacle, and clothing/shoe drop-box

Highlander Pool - 1941 Ed Eckert Drive (South of Fire Station 61 at corner of Michigan Blvd)
*This site also has a clothing/shoe drop-box


Additional Programs and Information:


Recycled Mulch

 Located at: Lake Haven Recycling Drop-off Center – 810 Lake Haven Road 

Yard debris is recycled into gardening mulch by Pinellas County Solid Waste and is available for residents to use for free.

Is the Mulch Safe to Use?
Yes, the mulch is processed using the University of Florida’s procedure for mulch sterilization that kills weed seeds and plant pathogens. This is a self-serve and self-haul program, so bring a good sized vehicle & shovel to help yourself!

Site open 24/7


Cooking Oil

Fat, oil, and grease clog Dunedin’s sanitary sewer system when poured down drains and can cause unsanitary back-ups, overflows onto streets, foul-smelling odors, and costly damage to our sewer system. You can help by recycling your cooking oil.

Use personal container for transport (wide mouthed kitty littler jug works really well)
Pour cooking oil directly into receptacle
Recycle beef and pork grease/margarine, shortening, any fat, grease or oil from food

Put motor oil in container
Leave containers


If you have any further questions, please contact the Solid Waste Division at

(727) 298-3215 OR