Lake Charlene Homeowners Association

County Waste Disposal

Regional Roundups

Escambia County holds five to six Regional Roundup events each year (one in each district and also one in Century). These take place on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. There is no charge to participate. Regional Roundup events provide an opportunity to properly dispose of electronics, household hazardous waste and up to four tires per vehicle, free of charge.

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Proof of Escambia County residency is required to participate in Regional Roundup, such as a driver's license, power bill or voter registration card. This is a residential drop-off program only; no commercial waste accepted. Simply drive up and materials will be unloaded for you – no need to get out of your vehicle. For the current schedule, see Regional Roundups county site.

Items accepted include:

  • Computers (monitors, terminals, keyboards and mice)
  • Printers and copiers
  • TVs and remotes
  • DVD players
  • Gaming systems
  • Fax machines 
  • Stereo systems 
  • Cell phones and telephones
  • Paint (up to 20 gallons)
  • Fuel (up to 10 gallons) 
  • Waste oil (up to five gallons)
  • Fluorescent lights (up to 10 lights)
  • Tires (up to four per vehicle)
  • Antifreeze
  • Oil filters
  • Lubricants and greases
  • Solvents
  • Pesticides
  • Fertilizers 
  • Batteries (rechargeable, lithium, computer, cell phone, etc.)
  • Auto, marine and motorcycle batteries
  • Propane bottles
  • Pool cleaners
  • Household cleaners 


Items NOT accepted include:

  • Commercial waste
  • Electronics that have been gutted 
  • Appliances, including fans and air conditioners 
  • Household garbage 
  • Yard debris or limbs 
  • Scrap metal 
  • Medical waste
  • Medications
Posted by Steven Frakes on 02/25/2020
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Save Our Ducks

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Lake Charlene's ducks can be charming. But we hurt them when we feed them unhealthy food.

  • Bread makes them ill
  • Rotting bread pollutes the water



Good foods they like:

  • cracked corn or birdseed
  • cut seedless grapes
  • cooked rice
  • peas, oats, chopped lettuce