Curbside Recycling Starting mid-May
This summer, Universal Curbside Recycling comes to St. Petersburg. In mid-May, blue, 95-gallon recycling carts will be delivered to single-and multi-family (up to four units) residences. Eligible recyclable items, rinsed and free of food particles, may be placed in the bin for twice-monthly curbside pickup. There is no need to separate. Participate, Don't Contaminate!
With Universal Curbside Recycling, there is no need to separate items. All items, as long as they are free of food particles, may be placed in the bin for bi-weekly curbside pickup.
Items that may be recycled include:
- Glass Containers (all colors)
- Aluminum & Steel cans, steel jar lids
- Milk & Juice cartons, drink boxes
- Plastics #1-7 (containers with numbered triangles)
- Newspapers, magazines, mail, shopping ads, windowed envelopes
- Mixed Paper/Cardboard
All recyclables must be rinsed or free of food particles (no yard waste or regular garbage).
Participate, Don’t Contaminate!
Learn about Universal Curbside Recycling at one of these 6:30 p.m. public meetings:
|District 1- Council
|Monday, March 23||J.W. Cate Center||5801 22nd Avenue North|
|Tuesday, March 24||Willis S. Johns Center||6635 Dr. M.L. King Jr. St. N.|
|Tuesday, March 31||Willis S. Johns Center||6635 Dr. M.L. King Jr. St. N.|
|Thursday, April 2||Roberts Center||1246 50th Avenue North
|Tuesday, April 7||SPC Allstate Center,
|3200 34th Street South|
|Tuesday, April 14||Frank W. Pierce Center||2000 7th Street South|
|Tuesday, April 21||Childs Park Center||4301 13th Avenue South|
|District 8 - Council Vice Chair Foster||Tuesday, April 28||Gladden Park Center||3901 30th Avenue North|