APRIL 3, 2020 ALERT: Recycling in Belleair Suspended Until Further Notice Due to External Issue
The Town of Belleair partners with the City of Clearwater and utilizes Clearwater’s recycling processing center for the disposal of recyclable materials. The City of Clearwater’s recycling processing center recently experienced a failure in the tipping floor. This failure has exposed rebar in the floor, which has created a condition that could cause damage to machinery and is unsafe for Clearwater city staff.
As a result, Belleair’s Solid Waste Department will be suspending recycling collection until repairs can be completed. We apologize for any inconvenience but must act in the best interests of the safety of our and Clearwater’s solid waste staff. Trash collection will continue on its normal schedule.
Feel free to contact the John J. Osborne Public Works Building at (727) 588-3795 with any questions.
Our Recycling Barrels
The town provides each resident, at no additional charge, a new 64 or 48-gallon, green recycling barrel with a lid to keep material dry and help control litter. This barrel remains the property of the Town.
What Can Be Recycled?
Residents are able to recycle many items to further reduce the waste going into the landfill. Please make sure all items are clean and empty.
|Recycle these items|
|All plastics (no Styrofoam, plastic bags, or plastic wrap)||Wide-mouth plastic and rigid plastic containers|
|Glass bottles and jars||Cardboard|
|Milk and juice cartons / juice boxes||Empty aerosol cans|
|Aluminum and steel cans||Plastic bottles|
|Newspaper||Mixed paper (if you can rip it, recycle it)|
|Do NOT recycle these items|
|Metal (although paper clips and staples are okay)||Food waste|
|Construction debris||Light bulbs|
Disposing of Hazardous Waste
To dispose of household chemicals, electronics, paint, or other hazardous materials at no cost, look to attend the next Haz-to-Go Collection Event. Typically, the Town hosts two disposal events per year, sponsored by Pinellas County.