Don’t have curbside recycling service? You can still recycle lots of materials throughout Deschutes County at Deschutes Recycling and at various transfer stations.

Find a place for recycling or reusing for specific items here.

Deschutes Recycling
Located at Knott Landfill
61050 SE 27th Street
Bend, OR 97702
541-388-1910

Alfalfa Transfer Station
Walker Rd, near Alfalfa
541-317-3163

Negus Transfer Station
2400 NE Maple Way
Redmond, OR 97756
541-548-7232

Northwest Transfer Station
8200 Fryrear Road
Sisters, OR 97796
541-548-3437

Southwest Transfer Station
54580 S Hwy 97
La Pine, OR 97739
541-317-3163

Wilderness Garbage
La Pine Industrial Park
51420 Russell Road
La Pine, OR 97739
541-536-1194

Sisters Recycle Center
328 W Sisters Park Dr.
Sisters, OR 97759
541-548-4984

Sunriver Recycle Depot
Public Works Yard off Sun Eagle Lane
541-593-2483

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