Single Stream Curbside Recycling

Single stream recycling means you no longer will be separating your recyclables. Although you must still bag your paper items (such as junk mail, newspapers, magazines, telephone books and chipboard, which includes empty cake boxes, cracker boxes, cereal boxes, snack boxes, and shoe boxes), you can commingle all recycling in one container. There will be no limit to the amount of recyclables you can set out for disposale. If more than one container is needed, you may use a 30 gallon plastic container clearly labeled "Recycling". Please see the list below for recyclable items.

Recyclable Materials

Glass: Clear and colored glass jars and bottles used to package most food, beverages and household items(rinsed, lids removed and debris free.
Paper: Newspapers (including glossy inserts), paper bags, mail, junk mail, envelopes, magazines, telephone books, mixed paper, white paper and shredded office paper.
Cans: Aluminum, Tin and steel including beverage, food and empty aerosol cans.
Plastic: Items with the numbers 1-7 located on the bottom surrounded by three arrows or marked PET, PETE, or HDPE(rinsed & free of debris)
Cardboard: Plain corrugated cardboard (flattened and bundled). Also chipboard packaging including nonperishable food boxes, beer and soda cartons, crackers, cake, and cereal boxes without plastic pouches or inserts.

Non Recyclable Materials

Glass: Broken glass, light bulbs, Ceramic dishes, Pyrex, china, mirrors, windows, cookware, drinking glasses and flower pots.
Paper: Waxed milk/juice cartons, facial tissue, napkins, paper plates/cups, heat resistant ovenware and styrofoam products.
Cans: No Liquid paints or chemicals.
Plastic: Lids, plastic bags/wrap and all other items not bearing the numbers 1 or 2 or marked PET, PETE or HDPE. Examples include coffee cups, meat trays, lids or caps and egg cartons.
Cardboard: No food contaminated cardboard.
Metal: Coat hangers, cookware/bakeware, drink mix containers, pipes and wire.