Solid Waste & Recycling

Walton County Recycle Program Reinstated


Walton County recycle trailers have now been placed back out for residential drop-off of recyclables.

The trailer that had been located in Rosemary has not been replaced due to limited space and vehicle parking.

  


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Contact Us

  1. Billy McKee


    Solid Waste Manager
    Email

    Sherrie Burgess
    Administrative Assistant
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    Hours


    6:30 am - 4:00 pm
    Monday - Friday

    From Feb. 1 to March 28
    7:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Saturday

    1118 Institution Road
    DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433

    Ph: (850) 892-8180
Billy McKee
Solid Waste Manager

Sherrie Burgess
Administrative Assistant

Haz-Mat Collection Day

Saturday, October 31, 2020

8:00AM to 12:00 PM

The Walton County Board of County Commissioners sponsors a project to collect, recycle, treat and properly dispose of household hazardous waste.

These events are held in the spring and fall of each year and occur at the following locations:

  • Walton County Fairgrounds – Highway 83 North, DeFuniak Springs
  • Topsail Hill Preserve State Park – 7525 W County Highway 30A, Santa Rosa Beach

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE DO’S AND DON’TS OF WHAT IS ACCEPTED.

For more information or to schedule a drop of time, please contact the Walton County Landfill at 850-892-8180.

Choctaw Beach Clean Up - Sponsored by District 4 Commissioner Trey Nick

October 8 - October 12, 2020

Drop Off Site at Cedar Ave & Juniper Drive

Dumpsters will be provided for Walton County residents to dispose of tires (4), appliances, electronics, metal, furniture, old lumber, junk, and other miscellaneous debris. The District 4 Road Crew will collect yard waste in the community during the week. This event is for the convenience of the residents of the community to dispose of small quantities of junk and debris. This is not for businesses of any kind. Large loads should be taken to the Walton County Landfill for disposal.

A Recycling trailer is located at the Choctaw Fire Station for newsprint, cardboard, plastic, and aluminum.

Limit of (4) tires per household. No household food waste.

NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (PAINT, PETROLEUM, PESTICIDES, CHEMICALS, BATTERIES, ETC.)