Recycling - It's now  1-Step

All Paper, Cardboard, & Boxboard Items:

  • WHAT
  • Cereal & cookie boxes
  • Dry food boxes
  • Shoe and gift boxes
  • Paper towel rolls
  • Toilet paper rolls
  • Boxes w/multiple layers
  • Brown paper bags
  • Newspaper w/all inserts
  • Phone books
  • Magazines
  • Catalogs
  • Envelopes
  • Junk mail
  • Computer paper
  • Copier paper
  • Notebook/writing paper
  • NO WAY
  • No plastic grocery bags
  • No pizza boxes
  • No frozen food boxes
  • No laundry soap boxes
  • No food contamination
  • No product samples
  • No metal or board inserts

HOW

  • Place all these paper items in recycle container
  • Cut hard covers off books
  • Cardboard-flatten boxes & cut  down to 2'x3'
REMEMBER; WHEN IN DOUBT, THROW IT OUT!

 All Plastics, Glass, Aluminum, & Steel Items:

  • WHAT
  • Plastics #1 - #7 (except #6 styrofoam & packing peanuts)
  • Individual beverage bottles
  • 2 liter soda bottles
  • Milk jugs
  • Laundry detergent bottles
  • Any #1 or #2 plastic container
  • Glass
  • Clear, brown & green
  • Beverage glasses, plates
  • Ceramic & cookware
  • Plate glass
  • Aluminum & Steel Cans
  • Aluminum cans & food cans
  • Metal can lids & ends
  • Foil food trays/pie plates
  • Empty aerosol cans
  • Clean paint cans
  • NO WAY
  • Plastics
  • No plastic grocery bags
  • No motor oil bottles
  • No cooking oil bottles
  • No packing peanuts
  • No foam corners
  • No medical items
  • Glass
  • light bulbs
  • No frosted glass
  • No blue or black glass
  • No mirrors
  • Aluminum & Steel Cans
  • No large metal scrap
  • No coated foil wrappers
  • HOW
  • Plastics #1 - #7
  • Empty & rinse
  • Remove plastic lids & caps
  • Paper labels okay
  • Glass
  • Empty & rinse
  • Try not to break glass
  • Labels okay
  • Metal caps or lids okay
  • Aluminum & Steel Cans
  • Empty & rinse
  • Remove plastic lids & caps
  • Flatten if possible
  • Paper labels okay