Pinellas Recyclables

Take the guesswork out of recycling when you work with the team at County Recycling & Sanitation. Single-stream recycling is now available in Pinellas County, FL. People living in Florida’s most densely-populated county can now commingle their recyclable materials through the use of a single stream.

Pinellas County recycling is different from other areas we serve. Knowing what to recycle and what can’t be recycled is critical to the process. Instead of sorting your materials into various bags and other containers, just use one receptacle for all of your waste. Please make sure containers are Emptied and Rinsed.

Items you can recycle in Pinellas. A list of items that can not be recycled in Pinellas

Recycling Do’s Recycling Don’ts
Do recycle all empty bottles, cans, paper, and cardboard.

Do keep foods and liquids out of recycling.

Do keep plastic bags out of recycling.

Don’t bag your recyclables. Plastic bags and film get tangled in the machinery.

Don’t include food-soiled items – they can turn an entire load of recycling into trash.

Don’t add sharp or dangerous materials like needles and electronics – they can cause injury to our workers.

Don’t toss in “tanglers” like rubber hoses and wires – they can shut down an entire recycling center.

Don’t include bulky items like propane tanks or construction debris.

Pinellas County recycling is different from other areas we serve. Knowing what to recycle and what can’t be recycled is critical to the process. Instead of sorting your materials into various bags and other containers, just use one receptacle for all of your waste.

*Please make sure containers are Emptied and Rinsed.

Contact us today to get a better understanding of the guidelines for single-stream recycling that is available in this county. We proudly serve clients in Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, Manatee, and Hernando Counties in Florida.