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
Letterhead, copy paper, colored paper, non-glossy junk mail, envelopes.
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.
#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.
Magazines & Catalogs
Glossy paper, glossy junk mail.
Food compost including vegetable and fruit scraps. Grain, paper towels and egg shells.
Do not include meat, dairy, oils or cooked food.
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.
Special Materials Recycling Drives take place at the center every spring andfall for appliances, tires, furniture, fluorescent bulbs, e-waste, and householdbatteries.
Where to find the Recycling Center Drop-Off
Dry yard waste such as sticks and leaves.
Inserts can be included.
Rinse and remove caps. All colors can be mixed. Labels need not be removed.