Household electronics recycling
Marion County and City of Ocala residents can recycle old or unneeded household electronics by taking them to one of the following seven recycling centers: Baseline, Dunnellon, Forest Corner, Fort McCoy, Martel, Newton and Weirsdale. They may also bring them to one of four special events held at the McPherson Complex throughout the year. Click here for a calendar of dates for scheduled events. Accepted household electronics include:
|- Televisions and remote controls.
- Cell phones and chargers.
- Stereos, CD players, radios, tape recorders
and personal music devices.
|- Computers, monitors and keyboards.
- Digital clocks.
- Telephones and answering machines.
- Scanners, fax machines and printers.
Solid Waste holds monthly furniture collection events at varying recycling centers throughout the county to provide convenient locations for citizens to bring their old furniture. Solid Waste then transports the furniture to the landfill. Click here for a calendar of dates and locations.
If you were provided trash bags, protective equipment, safety items and your very own road sign, would you help clean up the litter along just two miles of roadway at least four times a year? Approximately 40 groups and organizations do just that by participating in Solid Waste's Adopt-a-Road program, accounting for about 80 miles of clean, county-maintained roadway. Click here for an application to adopt a road.
Residents can dispose of hypodermic needles or other sharps in containers at special kiosks located at each of the 18 recycling centers and obtain a free replacement container with each disposal visit. First-time participants should see the recycling center attendant on duty or call Solid Waste at 352-671-8465 for more information.