Statement of Function
The County's solid waste system is an organized dependent special district known as Indian River County Solid
Waste Disposal District (SWDD). The purpose of the Refuse Disposal Division under SWDD is to operate five
Customer Convenience Centers (CCC’s) around the County and transport materials delivered to these centers by
county residents to the landfill site for recycling and/or disposal. The five county-wide CCC’s provide collection
points for the residents to deliver municipal solid waste, yard trash, household hazardous waste and various
Locations and Business Hours
1325 74th Ave SW Vero Beach, FL 32968 MAP
Open 7 Days per week 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed: New Year's Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
County Convenience Centers
Open 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
All Centers are closed on Wednesday, New Year's Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
- Roseland: 7860 130th St Roseland, FL 32958 MAP - Closed Tuesday and
- Winter Beach: 3955 65th St Vero Beach, FL 32967 MAP - Closed Tuesday and
- Gifford: 4901 41st St Vero Beach, FL 32967 MAP - Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
- South of Vero Beach: 950 1st Pl Vero Beach, FL 32962 MAP - Closed Wednesday and
- Fellsmere: 12510 County Road 512 Fellsmere, FL 32948 MAP - Closed Wednesday
Did you know that these HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE. items are accepted at all five of the County Convenience Centers plus the Land fill at no charge? • Learn More
The County’s solid waste management system is an organized dependent special district known as the Indian River
Solid Waste Disposal District (SWDD). The Recycling Department was established under SWDD as part of the
County’s recycling/recovery plan, the adoption of which was required under the 1988 Solid Waste Management Act.
Collection of recyclables is available to residential units for both unincorporated areas and municipalities through
inter-local agreements. Marketing and contracting of recyclable material sales as well as commercial incentive
programs are integrated into the duties of this department.
The County's solid waste system is an organized dependent special district known as the Indian River Solid Waste
Disposal District (SWDD). The Sanitary Landfill operates under strict Federal and State permit requirements.
Operations at the facility include: Contracted Class I landfill disposal operation, contracted yard trash reduction and
recycling, household hazardous waste management services, County operated construction and demolition (C&D)
recycling and landfill disposal, environmental compliance and site management.