I wouldn't advise that. It would help if we knew the Make/Model of your computer.
Recovery Partitions are used to restore all the programs and drivers that originally came on your machine when it came out of the box brand new. Should you get a badly behaving program or nasty virus such as the Krypto-locker virus, you can get locked out of your computer files unless you pay a ransom from $200-$2500. Removing the Recovery Partitions takes away that very valuable restoration option. Not a good idea. Bear in mind, that you should have multiple backups in any case to external media, in case of viruses, natural disasters, or other loss such as theft.
The Recovery partitions you've show take a little over 10% of your boot drive hard space; a small price to pay for the ability to get your computer working again without having to pay hundreds to a local repair shop. If that 10% is griping you, I suggest you install a 2nd internal hard drive or usb external drive if you have a laptop. New USB external hdd's can be had at Radio Shack or similar for a 500GB hdd around $60 or under. That's over 10 times the space being used by those very important Recovery partitions.