For Residents that have a curbside recycling service, this is collected by your waste hauler and transported to a recycling processor, where it is sorted at a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) ready to be sent to re-processors who will remanufacture it into new products. Items that can be placed in your curbside totes include:
Leaving the caps, rings, and labels on plastic soda and water bottles is ok!
Recycle shampoo, conditioner, lotion and other cosmetics bottle and tubes.
Butter tubs, yogurt tubs and other plastic food containers are all recyclable.
Detergent bottles and even spray bottles can be tossed in your recycle cart!
Milk jugs and other beverage containers are recyclable.
Recycle your daily or weekly newspaper and all of the inserts as well
Magazines, catalogs and TV guides can all be tossed in your recycling cart too.
White, printer paper and colored paper of all colors and thickness is accepted.
Envelopes we accept: white letter, colored, manilla and even window envelopes
We accept paperback books - those books which have a soft outer cover.
Shipping, storage and shoe boxes can all be made into new cardboard.
Toss your empty cereal boxes into your cart with your other recyclables.
We now accept juice and milk cartons and soup and wine boxes.
Empty pasta and food boxes are recyclable forma of paperboard not just the cans are recyclable: recycle the package for soda 12 or 24 packs too!
Aluminum, tin, and steel cans can all be recycled with the lids and labels still on.
Soda cans do not need to be crushed, just toss them in your cart.
Aerosol cans such as hairspray and spray paint are hazardous to landfills, recycle them!
Cat food and tuna cans can also be recycled with their lids and labels on.
Aluminum bottles can be tossed in your cart with caps, rings, and labels on as well.