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Solid Waste and Recycling

Mission: To safely dispose of all solid waste material generated in Volusia County. To develop and maintain recycling and education programs to reduce solid waste by 30 percent as mandated by the 1988 State Solid Waste Management Act.  Volusia Recycles image with recycling logo

Residents who live in the unincorporated areas of Volusia County are provided waste services through Volusia County’s Solid Waste Division. Residents are charged for service by an annual $255 non-ad-valorem assessment per residential unit.


Effective March 30, 2020 the Tomoka Farms Road Landfill and the West Volusia Transfer Station will no longer be accepting cash or coins as forms of payment. Payments may be made using Visa and Mastercard ONLY.

We regret any inconvenience this may cause, but eliminating the handling of cash between drivers and our employees is one more way we can help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

NOTICE: Effective April 1, 2020 FCC Environmental Services will begin providing residential curbside waste collection services to unincorporated Volusia County residents. Click here to learn how this will affect you.


For unincorporated Volusia County residents, garbage, recycling, yard waste and bulk waste collection will remain as normally scheduled for the upcoming Good Friday holiday on Friday, April 10th.   If your normal collection day is Friday, please place items at the curb by 6:00 am for normal collection.

Both the West Volusia Transfer Station and the Tomoka Farms Road Landfill will maintain normal hours of operation on Good Friday, Friday, April 10th.  However, the Volusia County Solid Waste Administration offices will be closed on Friday, April 10th in observance of Good Friday. Administration offices reopen on Monday, April 13th at 8:00AM.

Wasted: How Your Recycling Gets Trashed

It's a daily dilemma in many households - "Is this recyclable?"

Unfortunately, despite the intentions of well-meaning people across the state, Florida's recycling efforts are not as successful as they could be. There are several reasons for that. The first, most people who recycle have no idea how the journey from the recycle bin all the way to the process of creating recycled materials works. Another problem, many people assume they know what's recyclable - but they don't.

Click here to read a short article about recycling and to watch a short video about the recycling sorting process.


Learn your collection days or submit a request for service

Click here to learn the collection days for your address or submit a request for service for household garbage, recycling and yard waste collection. 

This link wiCurrent garbage can imagell provide a map with a dialog box for the resident to enter their address. Matched address(es) are returned for the user to select. An address selection (done by clicking on a matched address) will have the application map the location and return the appropriate collection days. A link will also be provided to submit a request for service.

This application is not optimized for mobile devices. Mobile device users that experience problems should enter a request for service (including requests for collection days for specific addresses).

This map may take up to two minutes to load the first time. Follow-up visits to this site will be significantly faster. Please email problems with the use of the map or the entry of service requests to

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DeLand, FL 32720
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