Single Stream Recycling

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NOTE: Adding garbage or trash to your recyclables contaminates the material and makes it unacceptable for recycling, thus requiring disposal at the Landfill.
***Please clean & dry recyclables before disposing in the bins.***

Only the materials listed below will be accepted:

  • Newspapers
  • Magazines, catalogs, telephone books, paperback books
  • Office paper & files folders
  • Junk mail & envelopes
  • Paperboard & boxboard (cereal, cracker boxes & paper beverage holders - please flatten)
  • Corrugated cardboard & paper bags (please flatten)
  • Milk & juice cartons (please flatten)
  • #1 through #7 plastic, beverage & household containers (remove lids)
  • Metal containers (steel, tin & bi-metal), metal lids (separate lids from containers)
  • Aluminum containers & foils (formed into a ball)
  • Non-hazardous empty aerosol cans ONLY (food, beauty, fragrance & household products)
DO NOT place these items in the containers:

  • Glass of any kind
  • Plastic grocery bags and plastic wrap (bags may be recycled at your supermarket)
  • Paint products (including aerosol cans) See Hazardous waste page for more information
  • Styrofoam
  • Batteries (recycle at the Landfill) See battery page for more information
  • Hardback books (remove covers or donate)
  • Electronics (recycle at the Landfill)
  • Ceramics or dishes
  • Yard waste or trash
  • Food waste
  • Motor oil/anti-freeze containers
  • Hazardous waste containers
  • Light bulbs (Fluorescent bulbs may be recycled at the Landfill - first 10 are free of charge)
  • Clothing, furniture, appliances, mattresses & box springs (furniture, appliances, mattresses, box springs, carpet & padding from your home, are free of charge at the Landfill. Donate usable clothes and gently used furniture.
  • Kayaks
  • Plastic Furniture