Accepted Curbside Recycling Materials

These items are accepted as part of the Curbside Recycling Program.

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Black curbside recycling bin next to garage door

Food Glass Bottles and Jars

  • Food and beverage glass only - Green, Clear, Brown, and Blue glass
  • No ceramic, pyrex, crystal, ovenware, light bulbs, window glass, or glass dishes
  • Place lids in bin separately
  • Rinse bottles and jars

Aluminum, Tin, Steel & Bi-Metal Cans

  • Aluminum foil, aluminum food trays and aluminum pie pans
  • Food, beverage AND empty aerosol cans
  • Labels need not be removed
  • No gas cans, paint cans, or scrap metal parts
  • Please rinse cans and aluminum foil items to remove all food contents

Plastic Bottles, Jugs & Containers

  • 1 to 5 gallon buckets used for food, pet and cleaning products - empty and rinse clean
  • All plastic bottles and containers coded Number 1, Number 2, Number 3, Number 4, Number 5, and Number 7 (look in the triangle code on the back or the bottom of the plastic bottle or container to make sure its recyclable)
  • No plastic motor oil bottles, grocery store bags or Styrofoam (#6)
  • Rinse and remove all food contents from the containers
  • Place lids in bin separately

Newspapers, Magazines, Mixed Paper & Cardboard

  • Corrugated cardboard boxes broken down and placed inside bin
  • Fiberboard paper and food packaging boxes for non-perishable foods such as cereal, pasta and cracker boxes
  • Newspapers, magazines, mixed office and school papers, junk mail, envelopes, file folders, glossy and slick advertisement inserts, soda or pop container cases
  • No wax coated, foil covered or plastic lined papers
  • Pizza delivery boxes allowed if there is no food contamination on the box
  • Shredded Paper. However, it has to be in a clear bag. The workers have to be able to know what is in the bag before it is processed.