What items are prohibited at the Recycling Drop Off?
  • Electronics/E-waste
  • Batteries of any kind 
  • Hazardous materials: asbestos, chemicals, oils, paints, cleaners, needles, etc. 
  • Yard debris/compostables/food waste 
  • Construction debris/wood 
  • Medical waste: used gloves/masks, medicine 
  • Styrofoam 
  • Drinking/wine glasses, or glass dishware
  • Vases or other ornamental glass 
  • Pyrex or other tempered glass
  • Window/door glass panes 
  • Light bulbs 
  • Aluminum foil or pie tins 
  • Plastic bags
  • Any #1 or #2 plastic that doesn’t have a threaded cap
  • Any plastic that doesn’t have a recycling symbol
  • Motor/gear oil containers
  • Furniture
  • Toys
  • Large storage bins
  • Plastics marked compostable or biodegradable 
  • Waxed, oily, greasy, or glossy cardboard/chipboard
  • Take-out containers, paper cups, paper plates, or other plastic-lined/waxed/treated paper material such as paper milk/juice cartons or drink boxes 
  • Photographs
  • Ream wrappers or plastic wrappers
  • Telephone book magnets
  • Tyvek
  • Paper towels
  • Napkins
  • Facial tissues
  • Toilet paper 

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1. When does the Compost/Yard Waste Bin get picked up?
2. What items are prohibited at the Recycling Drop Off?
3. Does the Recycling Division pay for aluminum cans or other materials?
4. Why do I need to separate my materials?
5. Where can I recycle appliances or electronics?
6. Will my collection be cancelled due to bad weather?