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Residents in Treasure Island are provided single-stream curbside recycling service once a week. Recyclables are picked up curbside in city-provided containers on Thursdays for residents north of 107th Avenue and on Mondays for residents south of 107th Avenue.
What is single stream recycling?
Single stream recycling allows residents to combine all recyclable materials into one single container for collection. The single stream recycling reduces sorting efforts and allows more types of recyclables to be placed at the curb.
What receptacle do I use for my recyclables?
Republic Services will provide each City of Treasure Island resident a fixed lid wheeled cart. The carts are to be placed at the curb for the Republic Services automated recycling truck to perform the collection of recycled materials. The carts are easy to roll and control when placing at the curb.
Where do I place my cart?
Roll the cart to the curb. Place cart at least ten feet (10) away from mail boxes, trees, cars, etc. so that the automated truck can easily reach them.
Who do I contact if my recycling was not picked up?
Please contact Republic Services Customer Service at: (813) 265-0292 or (727) 577-9572.
What items can I recycle?
White or pastel office paper, phone books, paper egg cartons, magazines, brochures & catalogs, opened mail & greeting cards, newspapers & inserts, file folders, paperboard boxes, blueprints, paperback books, paper bags, corrugated cardboard, cans (do not crush), plastic (1-7) bottles-tubs-jugs & jars, glass bottles & jars, clean, balled aluminum foil (2” or larger) and pie pans, loose metal jar lids & steel bottle caps, paper milk/juice cartons (no foil pouches, do not flatten), empty aerosol cans (no caps).
What isn't recyclable?
Styrofoam or paper to-go boxes or cups, plastic bags of any kind, Tyvek envelopes, scrap metal, frozen food, ice cream or frozen fruit containers, plates or vases, drinking glasses, hazardous or bio-hazardous waste (such as paint, car batteries, batteries, needles, diapers and other sanitary products, plastics other than those listed, tissues, paper towels, napkins, waxed paper or waxed cardboard, stickers or sheets of address labels (afixed address labels and stamps ok), ceramics or non-recyclable glass (China dishes, mirrors, light bulbs, Pyrex, porcelain and window glass).
Where are drop-off recycling locations in Treasure Island?
There are currently two locations open to the public:
- Paradise Island, Treasure Bay, 10315 Paradise Boulevard
- Downtown Treasure Island, at City Hall, 120 108th Avenue
Where can I dispose hazardous waste and material?
Mobile collections provide a way for citizens to safely dispose of unwanted household electronics and chemicals. Click HERE for the complete 2018 Mobile Collection schedule and the list of accepatable/non-acceptable items.