Aluminum cans, foil, trays and pie plates are all accepted for recycling.
Remove as much food residue as possible.
Do not crush aluminum cans
Flatten and cut to pieces no larger than 2 feet by 2 feet.
Only broken down boxes inside the cart will be collected for recycling.
Pizza boxes accepted, if not too greasy.
All food and beverage cartons, including: Milk (dairy, soy & almond); Juice; Cream; Egg white & egg substitute; Soup & broth; Protein drinks; Eggnog; Wine; Tofu; Small juice boxes; and Ice cream & frozen yogurt.
Be sure to empty all food & liquid, and remove straws & caps.
Food & beverage glass bottles and jars only.
Large metal lids can be recycled, but still must be removed.
Remove plastic bags and wrap.
Discard non-paper inserts such as magnets or sample packets.
Window envelopes are okay to recycle.
Paperclips, stamps, staples, tape and sticky notes are okay.
Acceptable items include: Opened mail, Wrapping paper & greeting cards (non-foiled coated), Postcards, index cards & file folders, Loose leaf & legal pad paper, Stationary, letterhead, copy & typing paper; Paper envelopes (plastic windows okay); and Brochures & glossy ads.
Remove food wrappings and any food.
Department store "non-glossy" type paper bags are okay, but remove rope handles.
Flatten or cut into pieces no larger than 2 feet by 2 feet.
Remove plastic bags, plastic film or wax paper bags.
Acceptable items include: Boxes for cereal, tissues, beverages, food, soap, etc.; Gift, shirt & shoe boxes; Hanging file folders; Paper egg cartons; Paper towel & toilet paper tubes; Frozen food boxes (but not the ones that have a waxy, white coating on the inside).
Remove bags, plastic wrap and magnets.
Rigid plastic bottles, jugs, jars, tubs, cups and containers marked with the #1 through #7 in the recycling symbols.
Examples of acceptable items include: Soda, water, shampoo, & soap bottles; Milk, laundry detergent, & cat litter jugs; Yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese, & butter tubs; Peanut butter & mayonnaise jars; "To-go” & “take out” plastic drinking cups; Plastic trays like those used for microwave dinners; Clear "Clam-Shell” containers like those used to package strawberries, bakery goods & salads (remove as much of the price sticker from the plastic as possible); and Plastic egg cartons & cookie divider shells.
Aerosol cans must be empty.
Labels are okay.
Remove plastic caps unless they are part of the can.
Spray nozzles are okay.