Find Florida Garbage Dumps & Landfills Near You

Get rid of your unwanted items at dumps and landfills in Florida

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In 2019, more than 19.5 million tonnes of waste around Florida ended up being recycled, accounting for 42% of the total waste processed. What happened to all the other waste? 9% or 4.2 million tonnes was combusted, and the other 49% or 22.6 million tonnes of waste went straight to dumps and landfills – meaning they still play a vital part in the waste processing systems in Florida. Luckily for you, there are plenty of garbage dumps, landfills, and transfer stations around the state that’ll be more than happy to accept your unwanted trash. Make sure to check they’re still open and some closed dumps are being turned into residential properties!

Despite some landfills closing around the state, there are still plenty operational. You’ll find them in areas such as Orlando, Tampa, Homestead, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Naples, Spring Hill, and many more.

Some of the most commonly accept items at dumps in Florida include yard waste, unusable construction materials like scrap metals and broken bricks, as well as common household waste, tires, computes, television, and furniture. If you want to dump something that may be dangerous like chemicals or batteries, please give them a call to check if they can accept your items.

There are a few privately owned and managed dumps around the state, but the vast majority of landfills, dumps, and transfer stations around the state are operated by local councils. These are sometimes free for residents to use but may require a yearly pass as well.

Total fees will vary depending on what type of materials you’re looking to trash and how much it weighs. Again, give them a quick call to check for any fees.

To find a dump near you in Florida, simply enter your location into the map and go from there. There are more than 100 locations around the state that’ll accept your trash. Otherwise, you can scroll through the list below to start your search.

If you know of any other transfer stations, landfills, or garbage dumps near you that isn’t listed below, please let us know so we can add them in. Thank you!

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List of Florida Garbage Dumps

Scroll through the list of dumps below or use the map to find one near you


Most Florida dumps will accept construction materials, household waste, furniture, white goods, and electronics. For potentially hazardous material, please give them a call before to check.

Fees vary from dump to dump. It generally depends on what kind of materials your dumping and how much. Keep in mind it may cost for more hazardous material. Give them a quick call before to confirm pricing.