Orange County Invites Residents to Recycle Election Signs
Following Florida’s Primary Election, Orange County Government is partnering with the City of Orlando, the City of Winter Park and the League of Women Voters of Orange County Natural Resources Committee to keep election signs and stands out of the landfill. Residents can bring their campaign signs to any of the following drop-off locations to be recycled:
Orlando Locations: Drop off by Tuesday, September 6, 2022, at 8 a.m.
- Andes Campus – 202 Andes Avenue
- Broadway Methodist Church – 406 E. Amelia Street
- First Unitarian Church of Orlando – 1901 East Robinson Street
- The Packing District Farmers’ Market – 2310 North Orange Blossom Trail (Saturdays only)
- Orlando Farmers’ Market – 20 North Eola Drive (Sundays only)
- Audubon Park Community Market – 1842 East Winter Park Road (Mondays only)
Winter Park Locations: Drop off by Tuesday, September 6, 2022, at 12 p.m.
- Cady Way Pool – 2525 Cady Way
- Mead Botanical Garden Community Garden – 1300 South Denning Drive
- Winter Park Fire Station 64 – 1439 Howell Branch Road
Signs will need to be separated from the metal frame and placed in proper containers at the drop-off sites. Recycled signs will be delivered to NuCycle Energy and will be used to create NuCycle’s Enviro Fuelcubes. Enviro Fuelcubes are an EPA designated “Legitimate Fuel” capable of replacing coal and other fossil fuels as the primary fuel used in energy-intensive industrial processes such as cement and power.
For more information about Orange County Government’s sustainability and resilience efforts, visit ocfl.net/sustainability.