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The City of St. Augustine, in conjunction with St. Johns County Utilities, will host a special community recycle event which includes used cooking oils and household electronics on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, from 7:30am-2:30pm, at two convenient drop points.

Where: 25 W. Castillo Drive (Francis Field downtown) and at 840 West 16th St. on Anastasia Island.
When: Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Time:  7:30am to 2:30pm

Participants are encouraged to properly dispose of used cooking oil, such as vegetable oil, peanut oil, canola oil, etc., as well as drop-off outdated and broken “E-waste” (electronic devices) such as computers, printers, laptops, and cell phones.


Approved electronic devices for recycling:

• Laptops
• Complete PC
• Towers
• Hard Drives
• Memory Chips
• CD Drives
• Power Supplies
• Phone Chargers
• Cell Phones
• House Batteries
• Tool Batteries
• iPad & Tablets
• Digital Camera
• Stereos
• Scanners
• Printers
• Copiers
• VCR/DVD Players
• Power Cords
• Christmas Lights

Throughout the year, the City of St. Augustine accepts all recyclable materials daily during regular business hours, at the Solid Waste Facility and at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at 601/501 Riberia St. (respectively).  St. Johns County Anastasia Island Wastewater Treatment Facility accepts only used cooking oil year-round at 860 West 16th St.

For more information, contact Glabra Skipp, City of St. Augustine Environmental Program Manager at or 904.825.1055; Olivia Smith, Solid Waste Manager, at or 904.825.1049, ext. 2, in St. Johns County, Linda Fielder, at 904.209.2663.


January 5
7:30 am - 2:00 pm
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Solid Waste Department
601 Riberia Street
St. Augstine, FL 32084 United States
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