The following items must be recycled according to the regulations set forth by the State Department of Environmental Protection. Click here for a Printer Friendly Version of our Recycling Guidelines.
All dates will be picked up one day later:
New Years Day
Fourth of July
Metal Food and Beverage Containers
Examples: Soup, Pet food, Soda, Beer, Pie Plates
Preparation: Empty and rinse clean. Do not flatten. Lids and Labels can be left on.
Items Not Accepted: Scrap Metal such as: Toasters, Pots, Frying Pans, Coat Hangers. Glass, Metal and Plastic, Food and Beverage Containers can be mixed together in a blue bag or recycling bin.
Glass Food and Beverage Containers
Examples: Food and Beverage Bottles and Jars – Clear, Green, and Browns
Preparation: Empty, rinse clean, lids need to be removed but labels left on.
NO BROKEN GLASS
Items Not Accepted: Drinking Glasses, Pyrex, Light Bulbs, Ceramics, Window Glass, Mirror Glass
Newspapers, Magazines and Paper
Examples: Newspapers (including inserts) and Magazines
Preparation: Bundle and tie separately. We accept all paper.
Examples: Brown Boxes only and Brown Paper Bags
Preparation: Cardboard and bags must be empty, flatten and tie in bundles
Items Not Accepted: Waxed Cardboard, Show Boxes, Gift Boxes and Cereal Boxes. No packing materials such as Styrofoam peanuts.
Examples: Clear and Colored Plastic Bottles, Soda (up to 3 liter), Milk and Water Jugs (up to 1 gallon only), Detergent, Bleach, Personal Care Products. HDPE#2 PET(E) #1
Preparation: Discard caps, empty, rinse and clean. The bottle must have the correct recycling symbol.
Items Not Accepted: Motor Oil Bottles, Food Wrap, Plastic Toys, Pool Chemical Bottles, Tubs, Buckets or Pails, incorrect recycling symbols.