Food compost including vegetable and fruit scraps. Grain, paper towels and egg shells.
Do not include meat, dairy, oils or cooked food.
Dry yard waste such as sticks and leaves.
Brass, aluminum, steel, iron, tin, copper, zinc etc. Accepted for free.
Tin & Steel Cans
Pet food cans, fruit and vegetable cans, etc. Aluminum foil, pie pans and other small scrap. Materials must be free of food. Labels need not be removed.
Number 2 and number 4 film plastics. Such as bubble wrap, shrink wrap, bread bags, grocery bags, sandwich bags
#1 - #7 Plastics
Plastic bottles, such as milk
jugs, pop bottles, shampoo and
detergent bottles. Clamshells and
containers such as those used for
salad, cottage cheese, yogurt, and
berries. No Styrofoam.
Paperboard & CardboardCereal boxes, cracker boxes, pop & beer boxes, paper towel rolls, paper egg cartons etc. Brown corrugated, paper grocery bags, brown/manilla envelopes. Remove plastic inserts and flatten.
Inserts can be included.
Rinse and remove caps. All colors can be mixed. Labels need not be removed.
Magazines & Catalogs
Glossy paper, glossy junk mail.
Letterhead, copy paper, colored paper, non-glossy junk mail, envelopes.
Special Materials Recycling Drives take place at the center every spring andfall for appliances, tires, furniture, fluorescent bulbs, e-waste, and householdbatteries.
Pay-as-you-throw TRASH program
Customers can pay $2.00 to throw away one 30 gallon bag of trash.Customers must also bring recycling to the center in order to participatein the program. This program is available between 9:30am and 3:30pm,Monday through Friday, and from 9am-12pm on Saturday. The recyclingattendant must be present to collect your payment.
Where to find the Recycling Center Drop-Off