Chemical Disposal

Pinellas County offers disposal options for chemicals to both residents and businesses.

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How to recycle right this holiday season

Between Thanksgiving week and New Year’s Day, people generate 25 percent more waste than they do on average. But there’s good news.......


Government-Issued Identification Card FAQ

Contact Us For more information about this new procedure, contact us at (727) 464-7500 or


2021-22 Waste Composition Study

Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste 2021-22 Waste Composition Study...


Business Waste Reduction & Recycling FAQ

Details on how Pinellas County businesses can reduce their waste and utilize recycling collection services....


Household Electronics Program Change

What is the change? As of October 1, 2022, collected household electronics will be sent to the Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Facility, not to......


Department of Solid Waste will no longer collect household electronics for recycling

Slated to start in October 2022, the Household Electronic and Chemical Collection Center (HEC3) will no longer accept household electronic waste, or......


Household Chemical Collection

The Department of Solid Waste’s HEC3 program diverts Household Hazardous Waste from the municipal solid waste stream for proper recycling and disposal.......


Waste Reduction Initiatives

Working Toward a Zero-Waste Future Pinellas County is dedicated to providing first-class solid waste management service to its residents, businesses and visitors,......


Pinellas County Government’s first two fully electric vehicles hit the road

Pinellas County Government’s first two fully electric vehicles are hitting the road this week, paving the way to a reduced carbon footprint......


Recycle Guide (PDF)

View and download the Recycle Guide-an annual publication produced by the Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste. ...