Plastics numbered 1 through 7 are recyclable. Be sure to empty and rinse containers. Plastic No. 1 and No. 2 refers to those containers with handles or necks. For example: pop bottles, milk jugs, water bottles, juice bottles, laundry detergent bottles, soap bottles and shampoo bottles. Other recyclable plastics include yogurt, dairy and margarine tubs, prescription vials, rigid (not styrofoam) cups or plates, clean garden pots or flats and rigid packaging material. For more information, please contact the American Plastics Council at 1-800-243-5790.
Clear, brown, and green container glass accepted. There is no need to remove labels.
Aluminum cans, steel or tin cans, clean aluminum foil and foil trays, newspaper, paperback books, phone books, office paper, junk mail and magazines are commonly accepted. Light bulbs, aerosol cans or paint cans, and toxic containers like motor oil must be taken to the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility.
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