Recycling Center

Need to recycle before your normal residential collection day? Visit the Drop-Off Recycling Center, where we accept all the recyclables we pick up curbside, plus many more.

  1. Accepted Materials
  2. Prohibited Materials
  3. Electronics Recycling
  4. Things to Know

Newspapers & Magazines

  • Advertising inserts okay
  • Loose or tied bundles
  • No wet or sunburned newspapers
  • Please remove newspaper and magazines from plastic sleeves

Mixed Paper

  • Brown paper bags
  • Chipboard such as cereal and canned drink boxes
  • Computer paper
  • Junk mail
  • Paper egg cartons
  • Telephone books
  • White office paper

Tin & Steel Cans

  • Empty aerosol cans that do not contain chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
  • Food cans (rinsed, labels and lids okay)

Aluminum Cans

  • Emptied and rinsed

Glass Bottles & Jars

  • Any color; labels okay; rinsed and lids removed
  • No light bulbs, plate glass, auto glass, tempered glass, mirrors, or leaded glass

Plastics Bottles Number 1 through Number 7 (except Number 6 polystyrene)

  • Number 1 - Soda bottles, water bottles
  • Number 2 - Milk jugs, detergent, and shampoo bottles
  • Number 3 - Some detergent bottles or cooking oil bottles
  • Number 4 - Some squeezable bottles
  • Number 5 - Yogurt containers, syrup bottles
  • Number 7 - Large water bottles, some food containers
  • Rinsed; labels and plastic caps okay

Cardboard

  • Corrugated boxes (please empty and flatten)

Scrap Metal & Aluminum

  • Appliances can be left outside of the container in a collection area next to scrap metal container
  • Metal furniture, aluminum storm doors (no glass), barbeque grills
  • Place in an open-top container designated for scrap metal

Auto

  • Antifreeze
  • Auto and truck batteries
  • Motor oil and transmission fluid
  • Used oil filters

Cooking Oil, Grease & Fat

Recycling Center Acceptable Materials