North Santa Rosa

Five Points Recycle Site Relocated

Five Points Recycle Site Relocated 

The recycling drop off containers located at Five Points or the intersection of <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Chumuckla Highway, Berryhill, Woodbine and Quintette roads will be relocated approximately one-eighth mile north to 5725 Chumuckla Highway. The move is scheduled for Tuesday, July 31 and is part of the Five Points intersection improvement project. A list of all of Santa Rosa County’s recycling points can be found on the county’s website at

 Accepted Recyclable Materials:

  • Paper – all paper including office paper waste, shredded paper, hardback and paperback books, magazines, junk mail including envelopes, phone books, and pizza boxes.
  • Glass – all glass except light blubs, plate glass or safety glass.
  • Metal – All aluminum, tin and steel including tin cans, aluminum cans, aluminum foil, pie tins, cake tins, and empty aerosol cans.
  • Plastic Containers – All plastic except Styrofoam and motor oil containers.
  • Cardboard – all cardboard including pizza boxes. To help save space in the recycle bins, please break down or flatten all boxes.

 Non-recyclable Materials- Do Not Leave at Recycling Site

  • Light blubs
  • Styrofoam
  • Motor oil containers
  • Mylar – found in plastic balloons, chip bags, and candy bags
  • Waxy Cardboard – found in milk cartons, orange juice cartons, wine boxes and waxy produce and seafood boxes.
  • Any household garbage like food waste and diapers.
  • Furniture or bedding
  • Oil, gas, paint, antifreeze, fertilizers, pesticides and other household hazardous waste can be disposed of at no charge at the Household Hazardous Waste Center located at the entrance of the Central Landfill, 6337 Da Lisa Road in Milton, Monday- Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Recycling Tips

  • Labels do not have to be removed from any containers.
  • Containers do not need to be rinsed.
  • Lids do not need to be removed from any containers.
  • Pizza boxes with grease can be recycled.
  • To help save space in the bins please break down or flatten all boxes.
  • Recycle areas are not disposal areas for furniture or household garbage that is not recyclable material. Violators may be fined for illegal dumping.
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