RECYCLE before you TRASH IT!
1. Deposit Everyday Household Recyclables for FREE.
|Mixed Paper Compactor (junk mail, catalogs, books, paper egg cartons)||No plastic bags|
|Newspapers & Magazines||No cardboard|
|Aluminum Beverage Cans||Beverage cans only|
|Steel/Metal Cans||No aerosol|
for plastic food/drink, detergent containers
|No plastic bags|
#2 HDPE Translucent Plastics Compactor
Milk and water containers (partially clear)
|No containers that contained non-food items|
|Glass (Bottles, jars, with caps removed)||No picture glass, auto glass, light bulbs, ceramics|
|Corrugated Cardboard||No waxed cardboard or pizza boxes|
2. Recycle More Stuff for FREE or see attendant to pay fee.
|Brush, unpainted, unstained, untreated wood||Burn pile||Less than 5" diam; no stumps or logs in volume|
|Construction debris||Construction dumpster||Less than 5 pounds. FEE for other debris.|
|Medications||Chain Pharmacy (CVS, Rite Aid)||Do NOT flush medications! For a small fee chain pharmacies provide disposal envelopes for prescription and OTC medications|
|Metal||Metal pile||FEE for some items.|
|Oil||Oil shed||No cooking oil, gas, antifreeze|
|Paint - latex||Trash||Dry. Read Instructions|
|Propane tanks||Propane area||1 pound only. FEE for other sizes.|
|Sharps||St. Joseph Hospital||Place sharps in a sealed sharps container or liquid laundry detergent bottle. Tape shut and mark "used sharps." For more info, call 882-3000|
|Textiles/Clothing||Salvation Army Dumpster||Soiled items, rugs, pillows go in trash!|