Recycle Daphne

Recycle Daphne is a program dedicated to the recycling efforts within the City of Daphne. Did you know that over 3,200 tons of materials were recycled or composted through Recycle Daphne!’s efforts last year? By keeping these materials out of a landfill, we decreased carbon dioxide & methane emissions & saved enough energy to power 7,000 Daphne homes for 36 days!

Please call the Solid Waste Coordinator at 251-620-2100 if you have specific questions about your curbside service, click here to view an interactive route map, or to view the current Garbage & Recycling Holiday Schedule, click here.

Recycle Bins


Recycle Daphne offers once per week curbside recycling service to every home inside the city limits. Recycling bins & carts are free to residents, and must be placed curbside by 7am on scheduled pick-up day. All loose materials must be placed inside the cart, be rinsed of food particles & large items must be broken down. NO needles, diapers, soiled or hazardous materials! Contact us to find out how to get your bin or cart.


Recycling


All items must be rinsed!
  • Cardboard (broken down)
  • Books, newspaper, boxboard, magazines
  • Paper bags
  • Shredded paper (bagged)
  • Plastics - #1 or #2 only - water bottles, drink bottles, pails, laundry baskets
  • Food & deli containers. milk jugs
  • Metals - aluminum cans, tin cans, steel cans, aluminum pans, foil

Electronics Recycling


Computers, appliances & office equipment must be brought to our main Drop-off facility at 26435 Public Works Road. Please drop off between the hours of 7:30am and 3:30pm.

Recycle Drop Off Locations


Recyclable items may be taken to one of our recycling locations. 

  • Daphne Public Works, 26435 Public Works Road (Drop off location open 8 a.m. Monday through 2 p.m. Friday)
  • Prodisee Pantry, 39315 Spanish Fort Blvd., Spanish Fort (Drop off location open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

Group Tours & Field Trips


Did you know that your organization, business or school can visit our facility to see first hand what happens to your recyclable materials? Call us today to schedule a tour of our facility.