While recycling collection is managed independently by municipalities and private haulers, the Recycle Guide provides universal recycling guidelines to all Pinellas County residents.
No matter where you recycle in Pinellas County, if you follow this guide, you’ll be recycling right!
The Recycle Guide is an annual publication created in partnership with the Tampa Bay Times Newspaper in Education. The guide includes resources and activities for teachers and students and is delivered annually to Pinellas County Schools free of charge.
How do I get a printed version of the Recycle Guide? Look for a free copy of the Recycle Guide at local libraries and city halls. You can also call (727) 464-7500 to schedule a pickup or request that a copy be mailed to your home.
Need printable documents listing what can and cannot be placed in your recycling bin? View, download and print the flyers below!
Use the Where Does It Go? Search Tool to find local resources for reuse, recycling, and disposal. To be directed to the proper information, first select “For Homes” or “For Businesses“
- Where Does It Go? Search Tool
- Recycle Guide & Downloadable Signage
- Household Chemical Collection
- Collection: Garbage & Recycling
- Hours: Solid Waste Disposal Complex
- Disposal Fee Information
- Educational Resources: Garbage and Recycling
- Recycling FAQ
- Map of Recycling Drop-Off Centers
- Artificial Reef Program
- Mulch Pickup Program
- For Businesses: Garbage & Recycling Resources
- How Mixed Recycling Works In Pinellas County
- Video Library: Garbage and Recycling
- Holiday and Gift-Giving Guide
- Pinellas Partners in Recycling
- Waste-to-Energy Facility
- Solid Waste Master Plan
- Solid Waste Disposal Accounts
- Lealman Garbage and Recycling Collection
- Tampa Bay Recycles
- Why Recycling Is Important
- Discover Careers with Pinellas County Solid Waste
Questions about recycling?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the Live Chat button below.