Public Works Customer Service 727-547-4575 ext. 250

The City of Treasure Island services all commercial and residential trash accoTICitySealRecycleunts within the City, with few exceptions. WastePro provides recycling collection for single family residents and for residential complexes with 5 units or less. Conex Recycling provides recycling collection for multi-family residences with 6 or more units. All residential recycling within the City is single-stream recycling, which means that you may combine all recyclable materials into one collection container. The City maintains the recycling contracts and you may call the City at the extension above with any questions.

When it comes to recycling, when in doubt, throw it out!
How to recycle. Recyclables must be clean, dry and un-bagged. Glass jars and bottles are recyclable. Flattened cardboard, paper and newspaper is recyclable. Plastics numbers one through seven are recyclable. Aluminum cans are recyclable. Paper milk and juice cartons are recyclable. No vegetation, food or construction materials. No plastic bags or cups. No styrofoam. No napkins, paper plates or pizza boxes.

What items can I recycle?
Office paper, phone books/brochures/catalogs/magazines, mail & greeting cards, newspapers & inserts, file folders, paperboard boxes, paperback books, paper bags, flattened corrugated cardboard, aluminum cans, plastics (1-7), glass bottles and jars, paper milk/juice cartons, and empty aerosol cans (without caps).

For helpful information, download the "Treasure Island Collects" mobile app. The free application will allow you to:

  • Sign-Up for waste and recycling collection reminders via email, text message, or smart device notification
  • Receive notifications about schedule changes and other important reminders
  • Print your collection calendar
  • Use the waste wizard to determine how to recycle or dispose of various items such as paint, batteries, etc. This tool also lets you know which items can be recycled in your recycling cart at home!
What isn't recyclable?
Styrofoam, paper/cardboard to-go boxes, plastic cups or utencils, plastic bags of any kind, Tyvek envelopes, scrap metal, paper plates or napkins, hazardous or bio-hazardous waste (such as paint, car batteries, batteries, needles, diapers and other sanitary products, tissues, paper towels, napkins, waxed paper or waxed cardboard, stickers or sheets of address labels, ceramics or non-recyclable glass (China dishes, mirrors, light bulbs, Pyrex, porcelain and window glass).