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Recycling & Trash Program

Please reference the following list to determine how to sort recyclable, compostable and landfill items.


  • Plastics numbered 1-7 (no PLA)
  • Empty soda, juice and water bottles
  • Empty milk and water jugs
  • Empty detergent jugs
  • Plastic containers
  • Plastic toys, crates. Gardening trays etc
  • Plastic bags, dry cleaning bags and clean cellophane
  • Foam (Must be clean, dry and not used for food)


  • Aluminum foil and clean pie tins
  • Empty aerosol cans
  • Scrap metal
  • Steel cans, dishware etc
  • Empty and clean tin and aluminum cans

Paper (clean and dry):

  • Aseptic drink and box soup container
  • Egg cartons (paper only and clean)
  • Envelopes
  • File folders (paper only)
  • Junk mail
  • Magazines
  • Milk and juice cartons
  • Newspaper
  • Paper (white and mixed color)
  • Paper grocery bags
  • Telephone books

Cardboard (or similar):

  • Cardboard and corrugated boxes
  • Empty cereal boxes
  • Frozen food boxes
  • Pizza boxes (clean parts only

Glass (No window glass, porcelain, or non-food related glass):

  • Amber, green and mixed color glass
  • Empty Clear food glass jars
  • Empty soda, tea and liquor bottles

Trash/Landfill Products:

Food Wrappers/Containers:

  • Candy and protein bar wrapper
  • Chip bags
  • Disposal coffee cup and lid
  • Juice pouch
  • Bags with mix of metal and plastic


  • Dishware
  • Flower pots
  • Incandescent light bulbs
  • Porcelain
  • Vases and glass figurines
  • Window glass


  • Bathroom and facial tissue
  • Gift wrap with plastic or metal
  • Hardback books
  • Laminated or plastic coated paper
  • Padded or Tyvec-type envelopes
  • Photographs


  • Garden hoses and plastic tarps
  • Bubble wrap


  • Disposable diapers
  • Pet waste
  • Unusable clothing and fabric

Organics and Soiled Paper:

  • Includes all food scraps, green waste and food soiled paper

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