Creation Station

************************************************************** NOTICE:  CREATION STATION IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED AND NOT ACCEPTING DONATIONS AT THIS TIME- PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES - WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE **************************************************************

The idea behind Creation Station reuse center is to provide free materials to District School Board of Pasco County employees and non-profit groups.  The center is staffed and operated by the District School Board of Pasco County’s, Conservation and Recycling Operations staff.

There are many types of recyclable items such as: arts and craft supplies, blind fabric, books, cardboard, cards, ceramics, fabric, flowers, foam, gift wrap, glass, magazines, metal, office supplies, paint, paper, ribbon, thread, trophies, wallpaper, wood, and much more.  We do not accept clothing, electronics, food, heavily soiled or rusty items, medicine bottles, musty smelling books, or plastic containers. 

When we reopen, Creation Station will once again start accepting donations throughout the year. This program provides a win-win partnership for businesses and schools. Businesses and community members will be able to make donations to Creation Station by bringing items directly to Creation Station or by calling to arrange for a pick-up for large volume donations only.  Businesses avoid paying disposal fees and wasting reusable resources; schools and non-profit groups benefit by receiving “free” supplies. 

When we are up and running again, DSBPC employees will be able to send small donations via interdepartmental mail labeled to Creation Station. Larger item donations must be made by filling out a MIS-129 Interdepartmental Request. List the number of boxes of items you are donating, your name and the school name.  The completed MIS-129 will then be sent directly to Distribution Services.  Items will be picked up from the schools receiving area usually within 7-10 days.

Questions can be directed to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) @ 813-794-7936 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) @ 813-794-7937.

Again, we apologize for not being able to accept donations at this time, but look forward to restarting this awesome program in the very near future. 

Hours of Operation




For over 20 years, the District School Board of Pasco County has initiated numerous sustainable and cost-saving environmental programs. Our commitment is to help others in achieving the conservation and recycling goals of the District. We do so by educating students, employees, administrators, and community partners on practices that conserve energy, reduce costs and nurture the environment.

Tony Bartenope, Conservation and Recycling Coordinator
(727) 774-7936

All of the information contained on our website pertains to our school conservation programs.

If you are looking for information on the Pasco County Blue Bag Recycling Program, visit the Pasco County Recycling website.


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