At home and at work, County Sanitation has been helping to keep your neighborhoods clean since 1989.
In Pinellas and Pasco Florida counties, County Sanitation’s stops include residential homes, apartments and condominium complexes, construction sites, office buildings, retail centers and industrial businesses.
Pasco County Recyclables Info
New! Pasco County’s Residential Curbside Recycling Program has been improved.
Choose & use your own recycling container. Sticker it. And put it at the curb.
- Accepting plastics with the codes:
#1 through #5, and #7
Please Don’t Contaminate Your Recyclables.
Don’t ruin your own efforts by recycling the wrong times.
DO NOT put the following items in your Recycling Container:
- Aerosol Cans
- Aluminum cooking pans
- Aluminum foil
- Automotive glass
- Batteries of any kind
- Ceramics, plates, dishes, etc.
- Drinking glasses
- Egg Cartons
- Hazardous chemicals
- Light bulbs
- Newspaper, paper or cardboard
- Oil / Paint cans and containers
- Pie tins
- Plastic film or bags of any kind
- Plastic picnic-ware (plates, cups, utensils, tablecloths
- Plastic toys of any kind
- Pyrex or baking dishes
- Styrofoam of any kind
- Tiles of any kind
- Window Panes
Pasco County DOES NOT ACCEPT paper and cardboard at the curb.
But, there are over 100 paper drop offs county-wide. Nearly every school in Pasco and twenty-five additional county locations have a Green Fiber paper bin to accept all types of paper and cardboard. The program earns revenue for your local fire station, library, park or school depending on where you drop your paper.
The program takes all sorts of paper and cardboard, like: office paper, junk mail, phone books, newspapers, magazines, soft-back books, brown paper bags, white paper bags, cereal boxes, show boxes, and corrugated cardboard.
For a complete list of Pasco County Drop Offs Visit:
For school Drop Offs visit: www.pasco.k12.fl.us/conservation
For more information: Pasco County Recycling