Garbage, Trash, Vegetation, and Recyclable Material Collection
Trash Pick Up
Mondays -- Recycling, Bulk Trash & Vegetation
Thursdays -- Trash
Garbage pickup will not be interrupted on Monday, July 4th. Collection of trash, recycling, and yard waste will occur on the regular service days.
Garbage must be in the Waste Management trash can. Containers must be placed at the roadside by 7:30 am the day of pick up and promptly removed afterward.
Vegetation (grass and cuttings) is picked up on Mondays only and must be placed at the roadside by 7:30 am the day of pick up. Grass and small cutting (under 24 inches) can be in plastic bags. Tree and shrub cuttings (except palm fronds) shall be no longer than 6 feet and stacked in an orderly fashion. Tree section or logs shall not weigh more than 50 pounds.
Recyclable materials are picked up on Mondays only and must be placed at the roadside by 7:30 am the day of pick up. The following materials are currently being recycled:
In your yellow bin: magazines, newspapers/inserts, brown paper grocery bags, cardboard boxes.
In your blue bin: aluminum or steel cans, foil & pie plates, glass bottles & jars, plastic containers (1 & 2), drink boxes, milk & juice cartons. No plastic bags, please!
Recycling At Home
Recycling is available to all Palm Beach Shores residents. With your help, we have made Palm Beach Shores' recycling program one of the best in the county. If you currently recycle, we thank you. If you don't, we urge you to start. Solid Waste Authority will now share 50% of proceeds from the sale of recycled goods with the Town. Recycling is easy in Palm Beach Shores. Here's how:
To request bins contact Solid Waste Authority here.
Paper products go in your yellow bin:
• Telephone Books
• Beverage cartons
• School/Office paper
• Paper bags
• Unwanted mail
• All Cardboard boxes
Recyclable containers go in your blue bin:
• Plastic containers #1 through #7
• Steel cans
• Glass Bottles and Jars
• Aluminum Cans, Foil, and Pie Pans
• Drink Boxes
• Milk and Juice Cartons
Note: Contractor or builder must remove construction materials.
The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County's commitment to recycling began in 1987. For more than 25 years, the SWA has been leading the way in providing convenient and efficient services that preserve our natural resources... Read more