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ACCEPTED COMMINGLED LIST 

 

- Aluminum cans, trays, foil (must be clean)

- Aseptic packaging and gable top containers (milk and juice cartons)

- Steel cans and tins

- Glass bottles and jars (clear, brown, green)

- NO WINDOW GLASS, DINNERWARE, OR CERAMICS

 - PLASTICS:

  • #1 PET soda, water & flavored beverage bottles (clear and green) 
  • #2 HDPE milk & juice (clear)  detergent & fabric softener containers (colored)
  • #3 PVC narrow neck containers only (health & beauty aid products, household cleaners)
  •  
    #4 LDPE grocery containers (margarine tubs, frozen dessert cups, six and twelve pack rings)
  • #5 PP grocery containers (yogurt cups, narrow neck syrup and ketchup bottles)
  • #7 Plastic narrow neck containers only

- Plastic buckets, such as kitty litter buckets, 5 gallon maximum size.

 

The numbers listed above are found in chasing arrows on bottom of plastic containers.  The examples above are not limited to the types of plastic available for recycling. 

If the number in the chasing arrows is a #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #7, and it fits the criteria you may recycle the container.

FIBERS: Newspaper including inserts (remove plastic sleeves, please), cardboard (no waxed cardboard), kraft (brown paper bags), magazines, catalogs, telephone books, office paper, school paper, gift wrap, chipboard (cereal, cake & food packaging, gift boxes) Carrier stock (soda, beer carrying cases), junk mail, envelopes, paperback books.

 

CONTAINER CRITERIA

PLEASE NOTE:

1) All containers are to be empty and rinsed

2) No motor oil, insecticide, herbicide or hazardous chemical containers

3) Return plastic bags to grocery or department stores

4) No plastic film (no plastic sheets, tarps, or wrap)

5) No expanded foam or clear polystyrene