Clean, dry, whole pieces of paper. Food and liquid containers with the lids preferably on.
Plastic items include: soda bottles, juice and milk cartons, peanut butter jars, sald and cooking oil containers
Clean, dry, whole pieces of paper.
Paper items include: newspapers, magazines, office paper and
Flattened, dry, no food contamination, bubble wrap and packaging free
Cardboard items include: boxes, tubes, plates and fiberboard
Clean, dry, washed empty containers
Aluminum items include: cans, siding, gutters, storm window frames, lawn furniture, foil, and aluminum packaging
Don’t Bag It
No bags go in the recycling container, and never put recyclables in bags or containers.
No Connected or Mixed Materials.
When two or more materials are connected, like paper envelopes with plastic bubble wrap inside, the items can’t be recycled.
E Waste Days
Every Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am-4pm
Can’t be Recycled
Never place these items in your recycling container