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 The City offers three 24/7 drop-off centers where residents can take their recycling. The two centers in eastern OKC are for the use by Oklahoma City Utilities/Solid Waste Customers only. No commercial dumping allowed.


  • 11028 NE 63rd St
  • 9124 SE 74th
  • 5519 NW 4th*drop off recycling

What to Recycle

The drop-off centers each accept clean, dry recyclables, including:

  • Household and office paper, books, phone books, newspapers, mailers and standard paper
  • Cardboard (must be free of grease and dirt, flattened)
  • Plastic bottles and tubs (empty and clean)
  • *Glass bottles and jars (empty and clean) - NW 4th location does NOT accept glass
  • Aluminum and steel cans, aluminum foil (clean and free from food product)
  • Milk and juice cartons

Put all recyclable items loose in the dumpsters. Do NOT use plastic bags. 

Visit our Recycle Right page for a complete list of items we can and cannot accept. 

DO NOT recycle:

  • Regular household trash, food waste, diapers, yard waste or pet waste
  • Plastic bags, kitchen wrap or bubble wrap
  • Tanglers such as garden hoses, ropes or cords
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • Bulky trash, including furniture and appliances