City of Orlando residents can now recycle kitchen scraps, including meat, bones and dairy, for free at participating Farmer’s Market locations. Drop off stations are open during market hours. All food waste collected is sent to an anaerobic digester where it is converted into electricity.
We encourage residents to take advantage of our three food waste drop-off locations, because it diverts food waste from local landfills, reducing potent greenhouse gas emissions.
How to participate
- Collect food scraps in a sealed container.
- Drop off your food scraps at your local farmers market.
- Rinse the container and repeat!
Tips for food waste drop-off
- Between drop-offs, refrigerate or freeze saved scraps to eliminate kitchen odors.
- Line your kitchen food scrap container with biodegradable liners.