When it comes to recycling, we all have an important part to play. Beginning with the way you sort materials, to our efficient pickup, we’ll make sure your recyclables are handled properly so they don’t end up in lakes or landfills.
Metal and Aluminum Cans
Accepted: Beverage and Food Cans.
Beverage and food cans are good to recycle. Before you drop them in the recycling container, however, take a moment to remove any paper or plastic labeling, and clean the contents of any food waste.
Plastic and Bottles
Accepted: Milk, Water & Juice Jugs. Beverage, Detergent, Shampoo and Soap Jugs.
While hard plastic containers like water bottles, milk jugs, and detergent containers can go in your container, flexible plastics like grocery bags, bubble wrap, and foam cannot.
Accepted: Moving Boxes, Food Boxes, and Shipping Boxes.
Cardboard is a form of paper that can be reused to make a number of products, mostly more cardboard. Please make sure the cardboard you put in your recycling container isn’t contaminated by food, liquid, or waste.
Accepted: Bottles, Jars, Brown-Clear-Green Colored Glass.
Recycled glass has several uses. It can be made into fiberglass, faux turf, even countertops. Of course, it can also be remade into glass bottles and jars.
Accepted: Newspaper, Mail and Magazines, Notebook and Scrap Paper.
Recycled paper can become new books, egg cartons, building insulation, boxes, kitty litter, sheetrock, and even kitchen countertops!