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Recycling

There are no limits on recycling bags or bins

All recyclables must be in a clear plastic bag or recycling bins. 

Can be brought to landfill site and/or left for garbage pick up at the road on Mondays with regular household waste.

 

RECYCLING

   

NEW! POLYSTYRENE FOAM

Includes: take-out containers, foam meat trays, foam egg cartons, foam plates and cups

  

NEW! PLASTIC BAGS

Includes: grocery, bread, produce and frozen vegetable bags, dry cleaning bags, outer wrapping for toilet tissue and other paper products, rinsed milk bags.  Please place all plastic bags in one untied plastic bag for recycling.

  

GLASS BOTTLES AND JARS

Rinse containers.  No need to remove labels.  Place metal lids in your blue box.

  

METAL CONTAINERS

Includes: food and beverage cans and aluminum foil trays and pie plates.  Rinse and push lids down inside.

  

PAPER

Includes: newspapers and inserts, magazines and glossies, catalogues, junk mail, phone books, paperback books, household paper, paper gift wrap, greeting cards, and paper bags.

  

CARDBOARD AND BOXBOARD

Includes: food boxes (cereral, cookie, pizza, frozen food with liners removed), tissue and toothpaste boxes, shoe boxes, paper egg cartons, and detergent boxes.  Remove plastic and flatten to 30” x 30”.  Place in or beside the blue box.  Do not include waxed cardboard.

  

BEVERAGE CARTONS AND BOXES

Includes juice boxes, milk, cream, broth, soup and wine cartons.  Please rinse.  Remove straw from drinking boxes.

  

PLASTICS

Plastics labelled 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6.  Please rinse

(look for triangle with the number in center on plastic containers)

  

EMPTY AEROSOL CANS AND DRY PAINT CANS

Remove lids from paint cans and place both in your blue box.  Discard plastic caps with your household garbage. 

  

 

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