The 30A Company is proud to help promote the many recycling initiatives that are currently underway in our beach community. There are already several solutions that can easily be combined to fully meet everyone’s recycling needs.
If you can afford $20 per month:
EZ PZ Recycling will pick-up all of your recyclable trash at your home twice per week. They accept everything except styrofoam. Blu-Binz is also a fantastic local service that charges just $150 for 12 months of curbside pick-up service. Call one of them TODAY:
- Blu-Binz Curbside Recycling: 850-376-1112 / www.blu-binz.com
- EZ PZ Recycling: 850-420-6299 / www.ezpzrec.com
If you cannot afford $20 per month:
If you can’t afford one of the above curb-side pick services – or if you fall outside their current pick-up range – there are 8 recycling stations distributed throughout South Walton where you can simply drop-off your recyclable trash for free:
ALYS BEACH – 30 CASTLE HARBOUR DRIVE, ALYS BEACH
SOUTH WALTON FIRE STATION – 217 SOUTH GERONIMO STREET, MIRAMAR BEACH
ROSEMARY BEACH – 107 NORTH WINSTON LANE, ROSEMARY BEACH
SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL – 645 GREENWAY TRAIL, SANTA ROSA BEACH
CORNER OF MOLL DR/HWY 98 – 42 MOLL DRIVE, SANTA ROSA BEACH
SOUTH WALTON COURTHOUSE ANNEX – 31 COASTAL CENTRE BLVD, SANTA ROSA BEACH
EMERALD COAST MIDDLE SCHOOL – 4019 US HWY 98, SANTA ROSA BEACH
TOPSAIL STATE PARK – 7525 W COUNTY HWY 30A, SANTA ROSA BEACH
If you live north of the bay, you can find a complete list of all Walton County recycle drop-off stations here. You can also instantly locate the recycling station nearest you using our free 30A apps for iPhone, iPad and Android.
Facts about recycling in Walton County:
In 2016, Walton County collected 1,477 tons of recyclable materials (1,093 tons from recycling trailers and its cardboard bailing operation, and 384 tons from the landfill program). Walton County currently collects recyclables in three ways:
1. Pulling recyclable materials from the landfill through a county jail worker program
2. Collecting recyclable materials from the recycling trailers located throughout the county
3. Bailing and recycling cardboard collected by Waste Management
Ways you can get involved:
First, simply recycle at your home and business. Curb-side pick-up is available TODAY through the private local businesses listed above, so THERE ARE NO EXCUSES to not recycle in your home and business. If you can’t afford one of the local curb-side pick-up services, free drop-off recycling stations are already available near you.
If you already recycle at home and want to do even more, please join our 30A Recycling group on Facebook. We’re a group of local volunteers who share ideas about how we can improve as a community. You can also email us for updates about the initiative. We always welcome volunteers and people to head-up committees, so please email us if you’d like to help! Our current committees include:
– Beach Recycling
– Construction Debris Recycling
– Adopt-a-Recycling-Trailer Program
– Curbside Recycling
– Rental Companies and Large Resort Communities
The 30A Company is firmly committed to making a difference. We recently launched our new Dumpster Diver clothing line, which is made from recycled plastic bottles. Every shirt saves about 8 plastic bottles from a landfill in the southeast. We also banned disposable water bottles from our 30A offices, and we sell a line of reusable drink containers in our stores. Additionally, we founded the 30A Recycling group to help promote new initiatives that will benefit our community and protect our precious natural resources.