Sunday, February 17, 2013
There is no residential trash collection for Largo residents for the Presidents Day holiday Monday.
There is no residential trash collection for Largo residents for the Presidents Day holiday on Monday. The following changes are in effect: No residential garbage, recycling, yard waste or bulk pick up on Monday, Feb. 18. The items will be collected Tuesday. If pickup is normally Tuesday, it will be moved to Wednesday. Commercial businesses will not be impacted by the holiday schedule. Call 727-586-6760. Sign up for the Largo Patch email newsletter to stay connected to your community.
Monday, December 17, 2012
There is no garbage collection on Christmas or New Year's Day.
Largo will not have garbage, recycling, yard waste or bulk pickup on Dec. 25 or Jan. 1. If your collection day is on Tuesday, for the holidays your collection day will be on Wednesday for residential customers. Commercial customers will have pickup on Monday or Wednesday. If you have questions, call 727-587-6760.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Ever wonder where the trash goes?
Each week Largo's Public Works Department collects bulk and curbside yard debris, construction and demolition debris, appliances, and trash. Some of it goes to Pinellas County Solid Waste at a cost of $37.50 per ton. But Largo, in cooperation with the City of Dunedin, can get rid of some items like yard waste, construction debris, furniture and appliances cheaper through an agreement with several private companies. On Oct. 2, the City of Largo awarded a $900,000 bid at its city commission meeting to get rid of construction debris, yard waste, appliances and furniture. Four companies — Angelo's Recycled Materials, Greenway Recycling Inc., Waste Management of Florida, and Consolidated Resource Recovery — provide the disposal services. The …
Monday, August 27, 2012
City of Largo offices remain open Monday.
The library, city hall and all other City of Largo facilities remain open today, according to a news release. No changes have been made to City of Largo garbage or recycling collection. Trash and recycling pickup remains on the usual days, according to the city. See Also:
Friday, August 26, 2011
The city joined forces with St. Petersburg College to produce a documentary film on trash. Do you know where your trash goes?
Do you know how much trash you produce in a day? The city of Largo and students from St. Petersburg College joined forces to produce 'Away: A Story of Trash.' The film aired on Aug. 25 at 10 p.m. public access channel WEDU. If you missed it, you can watch it on Youtube, as shown above. The films discusses the how waste impacts our envornment and how recycling helps.