Recycling / Disposing of Other Items
The nearest Cardboard Recycling Center is located on Jim White Drive, just east of the Midwest City Service Center, located at 8730 Southeast 15th Street. The unmanned cardboard recycling center is open seven days a week, from daylight to dark. Cardboard being deposited into the recycle bins must be broken-down and free from any food. There is no fee for this service.
Electronics can be recycled at Best Buy, the nearest one located at:
7231 Southeast 29th Street
Midwest City, OK
They recycle most electronics, see their website, or contact Best Buy for more information.
Office Depot also has an electronics recycling program (PDF), with costs ranging from $5 to $15. Size and weight restrictions apply. Call for more information or visit their website. Office Depot is located at:
7071 Southeast 29th Street
Midwest City, OK 73110
The Salvation Army accepts donations of working electronics and appliances. Donations are tax deductible, just ask for a receipt when your items are picked up. You can call 1(800) SA-TRUCK to schedule a home pick-up or check out their website for more information.
For disposal of appliances containing Freon (air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, etc.), contact Stevens Appliances at:
2121 S Air Depot Boulevard
Midwest City, OK
Fees may apply.
There are paper, magazine, and clothing Recycling Bins located in most of the Choctaw school parking lots, and several of the Church parking lots, as well. Look for the large metal bins and read the posted signs for acceptance guidelines.
View the Common Household Items Recycling Tips (XLS) spreadsheet for even more information on things you can recycle.
Pharmaceuticals can be safely disposed of by using the prescription drop-box at the Choctaw Police Department, located at 13240 Northwest 23rd Street. Call 405-769-3821 for more information.
Used oil and used oil filters can be disposed of at AutoZone located at:
4429 NE 23rd Street