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Solid Waste Disposal District
The Solid Waste Disposal District (SWDD) of Indian River County is excited about the upcoming Single Stream carted recycling program starting on October 1, 2015. For more information, please call 772-770-5112.

FertilzerRecycling and Garbage Collection Changes
Frequently Asked Questions

Starting October 1, 2015, all residents of Indian River County will have a convenient and user‐friendly way to recycle with Single Stream Recycling. Also, Unincorporated County residents who subscribe for garbage collection will receive a 96‐gallon cart, switch to once-a-week garbage collection, and will see a 35% rate reduction. Call (772) 770-5112 during normal business hours of 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday for more information or View the Frequently Asked Questions

Upcoming Town Hall meetings to discuss the Recycling and Solid Waste changes

  • Wed. 9/16 BCC chambers at 6:00 pm

Recycling and Garbage Changes

Public Notices

Normal Trash/recycling pickup has been REINSTATED for Mon Aug 31st due to storm dissipating.

Recycle Electronics Year-Round
You can recycle your unwanted electronics at any of our customer convienience centers or the main landfill.

Solid Waste Management Plan 2014 Update & 5 Year Capital Improvement Plan
The purpose of this 2014 Indian River County Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP) is to provide current and projected views of the Indian River County Solid Waste Disposal District's (SWDD) facilities, and to propose a plan of action for addressing the present and future needs of the Solid Waste Management System (the "System".)

Solid Waste Full Cost Accounting Public Disclosure Notice

Statement of Function
The County's solid waste system is an organized dependent special district known as Indian River County Solid Waste Disposal District (SWDD). The purpose of the Refuse Disposal Division under SWDD is to operate five Customer Convenience Centers (CCC’s) around the County and transport materials delivered to these centers by county residents to the landfill site for recycling and/or disposal. The five countywide CCC’s provide collection points for the residents to deliver municipal solid waste, yard trash, household hazardous waste and various recyclable materials. SWDD then transports these materials to the landfill for ultimate disposition to maintain the health and well being of the community and environment.

2014/2015 Goals and Objectives
• Complete road and building improvements to protect SWDD assets.
• Initiate design and permitting for the cap and closure of Segment I, Infill and Segment II landfill.
• Renew the Landfill Class I Operating Permit.
• Renew the Landfill Environmental Resource Permit.
• Update the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan.
• Continue to maintain environmental compliance of the entire landfill site in accordance with the requirements of the site’s various permits.