Suffolk County Government Crest

Suffolk County Stormwater Management Program

Edward P. Romaine, County Executive

Department of Public Works

Department of Economic Development and Planning

Town of Southampton

Four Recycling Centers:

North Sea Facility
1370 Major's Path
Sag Harbor Facility
Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton Tpke

Hampton Bays Facility
Jackson Avenue
Westhampton Facility
66 Old Country Road

Open 7 days/week: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (closed some holidays)

Southampton: A guide for recycling

Recycling options: recycling is required by Southampton law. Curbside collection is not available, residents can either hire a private hauler or drop-off recyclables themselves at any of the above facilities.

Materials accepted: (some may require a fee, call for more information) corrugated cardboard, brown paper bags, newspapers, magazines, junk mail, office and school paper, paperback books, telephone directories, aluminum and tin cans, glass bottles and jars (clear, green or brown), aluminum foil, plastic containers (numbers 1 and 2), used clothing, household batteries, automotive and boat batteries, automotive oil, some yard waste (not grass clippings), scrap metal, scrap tires and construction material.

Household hazardous waste: once monthly from March-November, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Location rotates, call for more information.

For more information on the Town of Southampton's stormwater management projects, visit their Dept. of Municipal Works Stormwater Management page.

For more information and the locations of the Town of Southampton's parks and recreational sites, visit their Parks and Recreation web page.

For more information on Town of Southampton shellfish site closures, click on Southampton Closures.