Hazardous WasteA household hazardous waste collection center and recycle drop-off center is operated at the closed C & D Facility, located at 1700 South Old Kings Road. Operating hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Flagler County does not charge residents a fee to drop off the following: used motor oil; antifreeze; lead-acid and rechargeable batteries; paint; thinners and solvents; pool chemicals; fluorescent light bulbs; and, gasoline.
Residential Garbage, Bulk Trash, and Recycling Pick-Up
The collection of garbage and recyclables in Flagler County is provided by private solid waste management companies, or haulers, except in the City of Flagler Beach and the Town of Beverly Beach, which operate their own collection systems.
Service Areas Waste Pro provides service to the following areas:
- City of Palm Coast
- Town of Marineland
- Unincorporated Flagler County — The Solid Waste Billing Services was established in January 2007 to provide contract management, billing, and collection services for single-family homes in unincorporated Flagler County. To provide these services, we have contracted with Waste Pro.
The City of Flagler Beach provides service to the following areas:
- City of Flagler Beach
- Town of Beverly Beach
Please contact the corresponding solid waste management company or provider with questions about garbage, bulk trash, or recycling pick-up. Contact Waste Pro at (386) 586-0800, and contact the City of Flagler Beach at (386) 517-2000. Residents living in unincorporated areas of Flagler County can call 386-313-4179 for additional information.
Curbside recycling is offered in Flagler County by the respective waste hauler. Plastic and glass bottles, aluminum and steel cans, cardboard, and newspaper are the recyclables collected curbside.
Other recyclable materials that may be disposed of at the landfill (but not curbside) are cardboard, waste oil, office paper, and newspaper.
For more information regarding recycling opportunities in Flagler County, call 386-517-2075.
Small County Solid Waste Grant
Currently, Flagler County qualifies for a Small County Solid Waste Grant administered through the FDEP based on a population of fewer than 110,000 residents. The grant award for fiscal year 2020 is $140,878.00, which covers some of the operating expenditures associated with this program.
The Solid Waste Division employs two full-time employees and one part-time employee, one household hazardous waste technician who operates the collection center, one maintenance technician who provides for the long term care of the three closed facilities, and a part-time accountant who oversees the funding, grant, and contracted engineering services contracts.