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Pesticide Container Recycling Program


Pesticide container recycling is a national program supported by most of the major agrichemical manufacturers and distributors. The program's goal is to recycle empty, clean plastic agrichemical containers to end products that avoid potential environmental contamination and conserve valuable landfill space. The current end use for the recycled plastic is plastic shipping pallets (109 KB) for use in the agrichemical industry.

For more information about the program, see the US Ag Recycling website.

Information on site location, collection hours and contact person, for the counties listed below can be obtained by clicking on the table title bar.

Site Locations by County

Baker Bradford Calhoun Escambia
Flagler Gadsden Highlands Holmes
Jackson Levy Madison Marion
Okaloosa Okeechobee Osceola Polk
Putnam St. Johns St. Lucie Union
Volusia Walton Washington  

If your county is not listed above please contact your local county extension agent or the University of Florida Pesticide Information Office at (352) 392-4721 to inquire about the current status of a collection facility in your county.

To view a copy of the Inspection Checklist (228K), or for more information, check out the Washington State Pesticide Container Recycling page at Washington State Waste Pesticide Program.

Nonpoint Source Management Program
Division of Water Restoration Assistance
3900 Commonwealth Blvd MS 3570
Douglas Building
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3000


Last updated: August 06, 2015

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