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We love our dogs!!  However, we prefer not to smell or step in their waste.  Please pick up after your pet.

Garbage & Recycling 

For Pinecrest By the Sea Residents:

Pinecrest by the Sea regular garbage pickup is every Monday and Thursday.  Each household is issued special receptacles.  Additional or replacement receptacles can be ordered calling 311.  Trash collection is the responsibility of Miami-Dade County's Solid Waste Department for Please visit www.miamidade.gov for more information. 

Residents are allotted two annual large waste pickups per year per household.  Please do not leave your debris along the mangrove. Collection of bulky waste is the responsibility of Miami-Dade County's Solid Waste Department, who will conduct the pick-up directly in-front of your residence. Call 311 to schedule. 

Pinecrest by the Sea recycling is picked up every second Thursday.  A link to the recycling calendar: http://gisweb.miamidade.gov/communityservices/RecyclingCalendar/calendar_A_4.pdf

For Gables By the Sea Residents:

Gables by the Sea regular garbage pickup is every Monday and Thursday. 

 

The City of Coral Gables has a policy of no trash or recycling receptacles placed on the right of way, your recycle bins and the trash containers are picked up from the side of your home; no need to bring your receptacles down to the curb. The Coral Gables sanitation staff will go to the side/back of the property to collect and return the bins at every pick-up on Mondays and Thursdays.

Gables By the Sea recycling is picked up every week on Mondays. Please place all accepted recycling materials in the special recycling bin provided by the City of Coral Gables. You may request additional red recycle bins for free by calling The Public Works Department, Sanitation Division at 305-460-5346.

The permitted time to place up to 1 cubic yard of household refuse & clean yard waste is after 6pm on Sunday, which is the night before the weekly pick-up on Mondays. Code enforcement can issue fines for failure to abide.  The HOA encourages everyone to ask their gardeners to take the yard waste with them for disposal so we do not have to view mounds of yard waste throughout the neighborhood.  These same gardeners provide this service to our Pinecrest by the Sea neighbors as the Village of Pinecrest does not allow these unsightly trash piles.

For more detailed information for Coral Gables, please go to www.citybeautiful.com

Coral Gables Public Works/ Trash & Recycling http://coralgables.com/index.aspx?page=1287

KNOW YOUR
GARBAGE & RECYCLING PICK-UP DAYS

Pinecrest By The Sea

Garbage: Every Monday & Thursday

Recycling: Every Other Thursday

Gables By The Sea

Garbage: Every Monday & Thursday

Recycling: Every Monday

KNOW YOUR
GARBAGE & RECYCLING PICK-UP DAYS

Pinecrest By The Sea

Garbage: Every Monday & Thursday

Recycling: Every Other Thursday

Gables By The Sea

Garbage: Every Monday & Thursday

Recycling: Every Monday

Q: Where’s the nearest dump site?

A: The nearest Trash and Recyling Center operated by Miami-Dade County's Solid Waste Department is located at 13600 Southwest 60th Avenue (Chapman Field).  For additional information visitwww.miamidade.gov/dswm/trash_recycling_centers.asp or call 311.

What Can You Recycle?

Items Allowed 

Items Not Allowed 

Paper Products
ex. newspapers, magazines, catalogs, telephone books, printer paper, copier paper, mail, all other office paper without wax liners

Cardboard
ex. packing boxes, cereal boxes, gift boxes, corrugated cardboard; flatten all boxes prior to placing them in your cart

Plastic Containers (narrow-necks only)
ex. bottles, milk, water, detergent, soda and shampoo containers (flatten and replace cap)
*Only narrow-neck plastic containers (the opening of the container is smaller than the body)

Aseptic Containers
ex. polycoated drink boxes, juice cartons, milk cartons

Glass
ex. glass food & beverage containers (clear, brown and green)

Metals
ex. aluminum & steel food and beverage containers

Garbage or other non-recyclable waste
ex. cylinders, tanks, rocks, dirt, building debris, flammables

Batteries
ex. dry cell batteries, lead acid batteries

Certain glass products
ex. window or auto glass, incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs, mirrors, glass cookware or bakeware, ceramics

Plastic bags, foam, trays and containers

Home chemicals
ex. paints, pesticides 

Medical waste and pharmaceuticals
ex. syringes, plastic tubing, medicine bottles or containers

Electronic waste and accessories
ex. PCs, monitors, televisions, printer cartridges, keyboards, cell phones, CDs and DVDs 

Other non-recyclables
ex. coat hangers, small appliances, microwave trays

Empty propane or oxygen tanks 

Textiles
Donate used clothing, shoes and other apparel

  • Plastic bags

    • Cannot be placed in recycling carts. Return them to your local retailer

  • Batteries

  • Egg cartons; meat and vegetable foam trays; plastic clamshell trays

    • Cannot be placed in recycling carts. Return them to your local retailer

  • Garden hoses

    • Discard with your regular trash

  • Margarine and butter tubs; yogurt cups

    • Cannot be placed in recycling carts

  • Plastic cups, plates and utensils

    • Cannot be placed in recycling carts

  • Plastic hangers

    • Reuse or donate them to a local thrift store

  • Wire hangers

    • Return to a local drycleaner for reuse or recycling

What About These Items?