Curbside recycling service is provided to approximately
8500 residential locations.
Acceptable Items Include:
- Transparent and translucent food and beverage bottles
- Paper labels
- Rings and lids on glass containers
- Tin/Steel cans, tin plated, food and beverage
containers, all sizes
- Paper labels
- Aluminum used beverage containers and foil clean of food
- Plastic bottles – blow molded (bottle necked)
- HDPE, PET and other plastic bottles and jugs including
plastic milk jugs, water jugs, detergent bottles, soda
bottles, dishwashing soap bottles
- Caps and labels
- Old newspapers and their inserts
- Old magazines, including catalogues and mailers
cartons - must be flattened
- Small cardboard boxes (space is limited on our trucks)
- Brown paper bags (These can be used to put all your
newspaper in) You can ask for these at your grocery store
for your groceries instead of using the plastic bags that
cannot be collected by our curbside recycling trucks.
- Junk mail – all dry, loose bulk mail
- Envelopes with windows
- Copier paper, notebook paper (no backings) and computer
paper (continuous form perforated paper)
- Boxboard – Dry food and cereal boxes, shoe boxes (must
|* If you have a question on what is
recyclable, look at the bottom of the plastic container.
You should see a triangle with a number in the middle of
it. The numbers 1 thru 7 are acceptable. Anything other
that these numbers must be put in your trash.
Items That Must Be Put In Trash:
oil and anti-freeze containers (must be emptied and
- Tubs, pots and trays
- Boxboard with wax or plastic coating
- Boxboard that has been contaminated by food (pizza
* A recycling bin may be picked up at the Public
Works office. The first recycling bin is free,
additional bins are available for purchase for a nominal fee.