The aim of this study is to determine the science students’ attitudes for solid waste and recycling. A total of 264 science students, who are studying in the first, second, third and fourth grade of Department of Science Education, Faculty of Education, participated in this study. Data in the study was collected using the 33-item scale called “Attitudes Scale for Solid Waste and Recycling” developed by Karatekin (2013). When the results of the study were evaluated, a significant difference was observed in students’ attitudes towards the recycling of solid waste in Kruskal Wallis test results [X2 = 51,337, p< .05] according to grade level. This difference by which class was caused was determined by Mann-Whitney U test. According to these results, it was found that the fourth grade students’ attitudes towards the recycling of solid waste were statistically more significant (p< .05) than the first (p=.000), second (p=.000) and third (p=.000) grade students’ attitudes.