Public Works

Important Trash and Recycling Information

If you have received a notice similar to the one displayed to the left, the Sanitation Department has identified items in either your trash, or recycling that can not be disposed in that manner. As a rule of thumb, items from the 3 lists below can not be placed in the regular garbage.

Plastics
  • #1, #2, #4, #5 and #7 Plastic Food & Beverage Containers
  • Including Bottles, Jars, Jugs, and Other Rigid Plastic Containers
Glass
  • Glass Bottles and Jars
  • Glass Food Containers
  • Glass Beverage Containers
Cans
  • Aluminum & Metal Cans
  • Loose Metal Jar Lids
  • Steel Bottle Caps
  • Foil
Paper
  • Newspapers, Magazines, Brochures
  • Corrugated Cardboard & Paper Bags
  • Paper Towel Rolls
  • Paper Back Books
  • Cartons
  • Greeting Cards, Regular & Junk Mail
  • Cardboard Beverage Carriers
  • Phone Books
  • Dry Food Cartons
  • Paperboard Boxes
  • File Folders, Office Paper

 

Anything with a Plug Recycling Event – 4/22/2017
Anything with a Plug Recycling Event – 10/21/2017

Accepted Item Include
Laptops, Peripherals, Typewriters, Telephones, Microwaves, Cameras, Cell Phones, Calculators, Computers, Mice, Small Appliances, Fax Machines, Keyboards, Printers, Air Conditions,

Accepted for a Fee Items Include
Projection Televisions, Televisions, Computer Monitors, Microwave Ovens, Dehumidifies, Air Conditioners, Dorm-Size Refrigerators.
Anything with a Plug Recycling Event – 4/22/2017