Seminole County Environmental Services
REDUCE - REUSE - RECYCLE
PICKED UP TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
PICKED UP WEDNESDAYS
YARD WASTE DISPOSAL GUIDELINES
You may dispose of up to ten 32 gallon containers of yard waste (leaves, grass, weeds and trimmings). Leave containers on front swale or near garage door if visible from the street. Containers can be bags, cans, or tied bundles. Each container must way less than 50 lbs. Bundles should be tied securely not exceed 4 feet in length. Diameter of branches in bundles should be no more than 4 inches. Bring yard waste out either Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning. Do not obstruct sidewalks/driveways, or allow yard waste to spill into the street.
PICKED UP ON WEDNESDAYS
HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING GUIDELINES
YOU MAY RECYCLE THE FOLLOWING:
Aluminum, steel food and empty aerosol cans, green, clear and brown glass containers,
newspapers, plastic containers marked with #1 and #2 symbols within a recycling triangle on the bottom.
REMEMBER TO REMOVE ALL LIDS & CAPS
RINSE ALL CONTAINERS THOROUGHLY TO PREVENT ODORS.
PLACE RECYCLABLES IN APPROPRIATE RECYCLING BINS
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD NOT BE RECYCLED:
Metal, plastic or glass containers that have held oil, fuel, pesticides, herbicides,
paints, solvents, anti-freeze, pool or lawn chemicals, or any hazardous materials.
These items must be brought by the homeowner to the CENTRAL TRANSFER STATION for responsible disposal
In Unincorporated Seminole County
Garbage, recycling, yard waste collection fees, and landfill disposal charges
are billed to residents as a non-ad valorem assessment on the tax role.