What Can I Recycle?

RECYCLING DO'S & DON'TS

     

PAPER

ACCEPTABLE
Cardboard & Paperboard
Cereal & Cracker Boxes
Milk, Juice & Soup Cartons
Newspapers & Inserts
Phonebooks & Books
Magazines & Catalogs
Junk Mail & Office Paper

PLASTIC

ACCEPTABLE
All Plastic Bottles & Containers:
Soda, Water & Other Drink Bottles
Dairy Containers & Lids
Food & Household Bottles
Jars & Jugs
Produce, Bakery & Deli Containers

METAL & GLASS

ACCEPTABLE
Aluminum Bottles & Cans
Empty Aerosol Cans
Food & Beverage Glass Bottles & Jars
Steel, Tin & Bi-metal Cans

icon-not UNACCEPTABLE
No Paper Contaminated
by Food or Grease
No Tissue
No Gift Wrap
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No Plastic Bags, Wrap or Film
No Motor Oil Bottles
No Styrofoam
icon-not UNACCEPTABLE
No Aluminum Pans or Foil
No Empty Paint Cans
GUIDELINES:
Cut cardboard to no larger than 2’ x 2’
Place shredded paper in paper bag;
secure and label
GUIDELINES:
Empty & rinse all bottles & containers
Remove and discard all screw caps
GUIDELINES:
Empty & rinse all bottles & containers
Remove and discard all screw caps

 

 

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