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Visit the Recycling and Waste page for information about recycling:
- Styrofoam & Polystyrene
- Compact Fluorescent Bulbs
- Medications and Medical Waste (sharps)
- Motor Oil
- Household Hazardous Waste
The City’s refuse contractor, Advanced Disposal, collects and transports residential recyclables to recycling facilities.
What Can I Recycle?
The following items are accepted in the recycling program.
|Recyclable Paper Products||Rigid Products||Recyclable Plastics|
- Junk Mail
- Office Paper
- Paper Grocery Bags
- Product Packaging
- Telephone Books
- Chipboard / Paperboard
- Corrugated Cardboard
Corrugated cardboard must be flattened and cut in pieces no larger than 3' X 3'. Large amounts should be bundled with string.
- Steel Cans
- Aluminum Cans
- Tin Cans
- Paint Cans (empty)
- Aerosol Cans (empty)
- Dry Cell Batteries
- Glass Bottles and Jars
- Juice Boxes
- PETE (1)
- Peanut butter jars, soft drink bottles
- HDPE (2)
- Milk jugs, laundry detergent jugs
- PVC (3)
- Vegetable oil bottles, window cleaners
- LDPE (4)
- Dry cleaning bags, bread bags, six pack rings
- PP (5)
- Yogurt cups, shampoo bottles, margarine tubs
- Other (7)
- Catsup bottles, microwave serving ware
|Items Advanced Disposal Cannot Recycle|
- Motor oil, pesticides or chemicals and any containers that may hold such items
- Plastic bags, packing peanuts, or plastic wrap
- Polystyrene (code #6) such as egg cartons and meat trays
Where can I get more information?
If in doubt whether something is recyclable or not, please contact Advanced Disposal (630) 587-8282.