Brevard County Mockingbird Way Mulching Facility
3600 South Street, Titusville, (321) 264-5009
Accepts yard waste, metals, appliances and household hazardous waste. Distributes free mulch. In addition, the facility accepts small amounts of wood, concrete, and construction & renovation materials from homeowners at no charge.

Brevard County Transfer Station
S. R. 405 by Lowe's (321) 264-5048
Accepts household garbage and furniture.

Brevard County Landfill
2250 Adamson Road, Cocoa (321) 633-1888
Accepts items that you cannot dispose of through your regular collection. This includes roofing materials, concrete, rock, cement and wood

Residential bulky item collection (large items such as couches, furniture, mattresses, etc) will be collected once a month.

Details on "City Solid Waste Div."

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Mockingbird Way Mulching Facility


COCOA, Fla. - As the deadline for transition to digital television approaches, some electronics recyclers estimate that as many as one in four households may discard at least one television as a result of the conversion. If that happens, Florida could see almost two million televisions recycled in the next few years.

Analog television sets, as well as other household electronic equipment, may be recycled Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Brevard County's Central Disposal Facility Household Electronic Recycling Center in Cocoa.

Other electronic equipment which should be recycled includes computers and monitors, cell phones, printers, scanners, and fax machines. The disposal of commercially generated cathode-ray tubes (CRTs) in the county's landfills is prohibited, due to their high lead content.

As the result of federal law, all television broadcast signals in the US after February 17, 2009, must be in a digital format. While televisions connected to cable or satellite are already able to receive digital signals, older televisions that use "rabbit ears" or rooftop antennas can receive only analog signals. Owners of older TVs must either purchase a new television with a digital tuner or a digital-to-analog converter box.  

The Central Disposal Facility/Household Electronic Recycling Facility is located at 2250 Adamson Road in Cocoa. For more information, call (321) 633-1888.

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Brevard County Landfill