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To find out you can contact them direct by going to this web page. http://www.monroecounty-fl.gov/Pages/MonroeCoFL_Waste/recycling

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Hi Christian. I'm not from the area so I don't know exactly. I would suggest contacting your local township office to see if they can give you this information. Good luck!