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Recycling directory now available
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Recycling directory now available

The new Recycle Today: 2014 Pinellas County Recycling Directory has just been released. The directory is packed with the latest information about how to recycle in Pinellas County including local options for recycling cans, glass bottles, plastics #1-7, paper, yard waste, cardboard, electronics, chemicals and motor oil. 

Find out the new recycling options that are now available in Pinellas County. Many municipal recycling programs have been improved and citizens are encouraged to check for the changes in their municipality. 

Free copies of the new directory are available in local newspapers. The directory will be distributed with the inserts in the Sunday, Jan. 19, edition of the Tampa Bay Times (formerly the St. Petersburg Times) and the St. Petersburg Tribune (formerly the Tampa Tribune - Pinellas County edition). Copies will also be distributed in the Thursday, Jan. 23, edition of The Weekly Challenger newspaper. Citizens can also pick up the copies in the Friday, Jan. 24 edition of the tbt* Newspaper, Tampa Bay’s free daily newspaper.

After Jan. 21, citizens can pick up a free copy at local libraries, Nature’s Food Patch or Pinellas County drop-off recycling centers.

Recycle Today is published by the Solid Waste Division of Pinellas County’s Department of Environment and Infrastructure each year to make recycling easier by providing detailed and updated information on local programs, including:

  • How to participate in recycling programs offered in the 24 municipalities plus the unincorporated areas of Pinellas County
  • Where to drop off household hazardous waste such as TVs, computers or paint
  • How to prepare items for recycling
  • Where to pick up free recycled mulch
  • How to access the online A to Z Guide for Recycling and Disposal (listing over 350 items)
  • Answers to the most frequently asked questions about recycling
  • Suggestions for businesses to handle their hazardous waste
  • How to request A Cutting Waste at Work Assessment to increase your business recycling
  • How to request Pinellas County’s Recyclin’ Roadie, a brightly painted mobile recycling trailer, for your next event
  • Dates and locations of recycling events for the whole family

To learn more about recycling, visit the recycling website  or call (727) 464-7500.

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