What Can’t Be Recycled in Tampa?
What Can Be Recycled?
Anyone who lives in Tampa should know that the blue curbside bin is the recycling bin. However, what’s allowed to go in, there is limited to:
- Empty bottles and containers
- Aluminum cans that are clean and empty
- Dry paper, junk mail, newspaper
- Glass bottles and jars
- Dry but flattened cardboard
- Milk and juice cartons
- Paper boxes
What Else Can Be Recycled?
Local Tampa Landfill Information
If you are looking for information on where to dump trash yourself, you can click this link to find all the waste disposal centers in Hillsborough county.
Alderman’s Ford Solid Waste Facility
9402 County Road 39
Plant City, FL 33567
Solid Waste Facility, good for appliances, bulky items, paint, electronics, and recycling.
Southeast County Landfill
15960 County Road 672
Lithia, FL 33547
Landfill for general debris.
Northwest County Solid Waste Facility
8001 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa, FL 33625
Solid Waste Facility / Transfer Station, good for yard waste, household hazardous waste, appliances, bulky items, paint, electronics, and recycling.
Hillsborough Heights Solid Waste Facility
6209 County Road 579
Seffner, FL 33584
Solid waste facility, good for household hazardous waste, appliances, bulky items, paint, electronics, and recycling.
Call us at (813) 733-8582 today!