A Few Things to Remember
- Milk cartons are recyclable containers. Be sure to put them in your blue bag for containers and not in with paper products.
- Disposable baking trays and pie pans are recyclable aluminum containers. The metal ones you have used for years are not recyclable at the curb.
- Paper flyers, catalogues and ‘junk’ mail are recyclable papers. The plastic bags they may come in are not recyclable at the curb.
- Glass is not accepted in household recycling collection.
- There is no limit to how many recycling bags you can place at the curb. Thank you for recycling!
We Ask That You:
- Sort your recyclables into two types— paper products and containers.
- Make sure everything’s clean. Rinse food containers so there’s no food left inside. It’s especially important to rinse milk cartons, as milk will go sour quickly.
- Remove the lids and caps from your containers, and remove wrap or plastic from boxes and paper.
What Goes In
What Stays Out
- Plastic/Film Wrap
- Glass Bottles & Jars
- Plastic Shopping Bags
- Bottle Caps
- Propane Tanks
- Aerosol & Paint Cans
- Paint Cans
- Syringes/Sharp Objects
- Motor Oil Containers
- Kitty Litter
- CD,DVD, electronic game cases
- Full or unopened food containers
- Gift Wrap/Bags
- Kids Toys (wood,plastic, metal)
- Disposable Coffee/Drink Cups
- Pots and Pans
- Keurig cups & Tassimo discs
- Plastic Baskets & Storage Containers
- Blankets and Bedsheets
- Bubble envelopes
- Car Parts
- Candy Wrappers
- Pet Food Bags
- Wax Paper