Break down, remove any contaminants (Styrofoam, wood or food) and place cardboard in your Curby Recycler or stack it under your recycling tub.
NOT ACCEPTED: wax-coated boxes, 6-, 12- or 24-pack beverage cases
Plastic Bottles & Jugs
Household items with #1 through #7 accepted, including bottles and jugs with narrow, threaded neck; plastic tubs (margarine, sour cream, etc.); microwave trays; and yogurt containers.
NOT ACCEPTED: plastic bags, paper- or wax-coated milk or juice cartons, Styrofoam containers/packaging, syringes, garden hoses/rubber, furniture, pools, toys, buckets, barrels, free-flowing liquids
Place newspaper, magazines, direct “junk” mail, first class mail, other printing and writing papers, phone books and envelopes loose in Curby Recycler or tub.
NOT ACCEPTED: plastic bags, string, twine, stickers, coins or plastic stuck on papers
Tin Cans & Aluminum
Rinse clean and flatten.
NOT ACCEPTED: paint cans, appliances, hangers, fencing, scrap metal, aerosol cans or containers with food residue
Boxboard includes items like tissue boxes, cereal boxes and paper towel rolls. Break down and remove any contaminants (food, plastic or foil packaging).
NOT ACCEPTED: plastic, Styrofoam, wax- or foil-coated boxes, refrigerator or freezer boxes, including 6-, 12- or 24-pack beverage cases
Food & Beverage Glass*
Accepted items include clear and colored glass jars and bottles. Rinse clean and remove lids and metal rings. Metal lids may be placed in your Curby Recycler, but must be removed from the jar or bottle. Labels may be left on containers.
NOT ACCEPTED: Window panes, light bulbs, Pyrex, plate glass or automobile glass
*Although we accept glass in street-side collections in your area, due to potential injury to associates during the collection and sorting process, we would prefer that glass be recycled at one of our drop-off centers. Download our glass recycling guide for a listing of the drop-off recycling locations for glass.