• #1 Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) – Yes, but only empty bottles and containers
  • #2 High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) – Yes, but only empty bottles and containers
  • #3 Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) - No
  • #4 Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) - No
  • #5 Polypropylene (PP) – Yes, but only empty bottles and containers
  • #6 Polystyrene (PS) - No
  • #7 Other - No
  • Aerosol cans – Yes, if empty
  • Aluminum Can – Yes, but only empty aluminum cans
  • Batteries - No
  • Books – Yes, but only if the binder is removed
  • Cereal Box – Yes
  • Candy Wrappers - No
  • Cardboard - Yes
  • CD’s - No
  • Chip bags - No
  • Clothing and textiles - No
  • Coffee Cup lid – No
  • Coffee Cup (Styrofoam) – No
  • Coffee Cup (Paper) - No
  • Compact Fluorescent light bulbs - No
  • Computers - No
  • Concrete - No
  • Corrugated Cardboard - Yes
  • Electronics - No
  • Fluorescent Tubes - No
  • Food Waste - No
  • Furniture - No
  • Glass Bottles and Jars – Yes, but only empty glass bottles and jars
  • Gypsum Board/Sheetrock - No
  • Incandescent light bulbs - No
  • Ink Jet Cartridges - No
  • Journals - Yes
  • Junk Mail - Yes
  • Magazines - Yes
  • Mattresses - No
  • Metal Cans – Yes, but only empty metal cans
  • Mirrors – No
  • Mixed paper - Yes
  • Napkins - No
  • Newspaper - Yes
  • Office Paper - Yes
  • Pallets - No
  • Paper – Yes, but only if dry
  • Paper Cups - No
  • Paper Plates - No
  • Paper towels - No
  • Pizza Box – Yes, if no cheese or grease
  • Plastic Bags - No
  • Plastic bottles and containers – Yes, but only empty #1, 2, and 5 plastic bottles and containers
  • Plastic cups - No
  • Plastic film - No
  • Plastic plates - No
  • Plastic utensils - No
  • Porcelain - No
  • Soil - No
  • Steel cans – Yes, but only empty steel cans
  • Straws - No
  • Styrofoam - No
  • Styrofoam Cups - No
  • Toner Cartridges - No
  • VHS Tapes - No
  • Wax cups - No
  • Window Glass - No
  • Wire - No
  • Wood - No
  • Wrapping paper - No
  • Yard/lawn clippings - No