WHAT TO RECYCLE

ITEMS THAT CANNOT BE RECYCLED

Plastic bags: including grocery bags, salt bags, shrink wrap, plastic wrap, and bags that cereal comes in.

Non-recyclable glass: window glass, mirrors, light bulbs, ceramic, china, and dishes.

Items contaminated with food: any recyclable item with food residue. Please rinse first.

Hazardous materials: batteries, tires, old paint cans, motor oil bottles, pesticide, and cleaning product bottles.

 

Coated cardboard or frozen food

containers: milk cartons, wax or plastic coated frozen food containers.

Organic waste or garbage: yard waste, food waste

Liquids: please empty and rinse recyclable containers, jars, and bottles

Non-recyclable plastic: including flower pots, hoses, garden edging, and toys

Bagged material: please place loose recyclable material into the recycling container

Diapers or bio-hazardous waste: including medical waste and items contaminated with blood

ITEMS THAT CAN BE RECYCLED

Corrugated Cardboard

Boxboard & Cereal Boxes

 

Paper Towel Rolls

 

Paper Bags

 

Mixed Office Paper & File Folders

 

Newspapers & Advertising Inserts

 

Magazines & Junk Mail

Telephone Books

Soft Cover Books

Hard Cover Books With Cover Removed

Aluminum Cans, Foil & Pie Tins

Tin, Steel, & Bi-Metal Cans

Plastics #1 - #7

Glass Jars and Bottles (Colored & Clear)