Items that can be crushed or flattened save space on your container and in the recycling drop-off bins. Please flatten your boxes and place all your recycled materials inside the drop-off bin. Items left beside a recycling bin can easily become litter and is considered illegal dumping. The items listed below are currently accepted through this recycling program
• Plastic: All plastic bottles #1-7. Labels and caps do not need to be removed. Please rinse all containers.
• Glass: Clear, brown, green and blue glass bottles and jars in which food and beverage products are packaged. Labels do not need to be removed. Please rinse all containers.
• Paper: Newspaper with ad slicks, magazines, phone books, brown grocery bags, frozen food boxes, "junk" mail, chipboard, corrugated cardboard, and office paper.
• Carton Containers: Gable-top containers and/or paperboard containers containing items such as milk, juice, fabric softener, egg substitute, soup, stock, and broth. Please rinse all containers.
• Metals: Aluminum beverage cans, steel and tin cans, aluminum foil, and empty aerosol cans. Labels do not need to be removed. Please rinse all containers.
Listed below are items currently not accepted through this recycling program.
• Plastic: containers that DO NOT have a bottle neck or a base larger than the top. For example, yogurt cups, butter tubs, drinking cups, disposable storage containers, toys, plastic bags, plastic films and bubble wrap.
• Glass: Ceramics, window or drinking glass, light bulbs and any other glass not in the shape of a bottle or jar.
• Paper: Cups, plates, egg cartons, tissues, etc.
• Polystyrene foam or “Styrofoam”: Egg cartons, plates, cups, etc.
• Drink Pouches: Made of or lined with foil and plastic.
• Metals: Coat hangers, steel scraps and any other metal not in the shape of a container.