75% of everything we use is recyclable and useful in the production of new products.
Our recycling is called feedstock. The glass, aluminum, steel, plastic and paper products you purchase and use every day are made from 50%-100% recyclable feedstock. Industries need this feedstock to produce new products. Without feedstock, we face product shortages.
Recycling Keeps Feedstock:
Alkaline Batteries - A, AA, AAA, C, D and 9V - are the ONLY batteries that are NOT hazardous waste.+ Learn More
Bulky waste is not collected with your curbside garbage. Bring your items to the landfill/transfer station for disposal.+ Learn More
Car Seat Recycle Programs are available at large box stores numerous times a year.+ Learn More
Call your local Agency for concrete & brick disposal.+ Learn More
Construction debris is not collected with your curbside garbage. Bring debris to the landfill/transfer station.+ Learn More
If empty, drill a hole in the side, remove valves and take to salvage yard.+ Learn More
Flower pots, plant tags, garden tools do not belong in recycling. Some garden centers have recycling programs for the plastic pots. Other wise, all of these items belong in the trash.+ Learn More
Furnace Filters are not recyclable. Put them in the trash.+ Learn More
Lawn & garden debris are garbage and can be placed inside the curbside garbage cart.+ Learn More
Latex paint is NOT HAZARDOUS WASTE. Latex paint cans can be disposed of in your garbage if they are dried out first.+ Learn More
Incandescent & halogen light bulbs are the ONLY light bulbs that are NOT hazardous waste.+ Learn More
Bring to Recycle Center or Transfer Station for disposal. DO NOT put in curbside recycling or trash.+ Learn More
You have 2 options for safely disposing of old medications and pharmaceuticals.+ Learn More
This type of plastic is NOT recyclable. If it’s in good shape, donate it to a thrift store. If it’s useless, put it in the garbage.+ Learn More
Your old pots and pans can still be useful…but not in recycling or in the landfill.+ Learn More
Tanks MUST be empty. Remove all valves.+ Learn More
Scrap metal does not belong in the garbage. It is recyclable, but not in the curbside recycle program.+ Learn More
Needles, syringes, lancets, auto injectors such as EpiPens and infusions sets must be placed in an FDA approved sharps container.+ Learn More
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We recently had a laptop computer come to the landfill from the back of a garbage truck. All involved were lucky, the computer had not fully ignited. But it was HOT and ready to burst. With quick action by our Landfill Operators, the laptop was contained, dirt was used to smother it, and a garbage truck & landfill fire were avoided. NEVER put batteries, laptops, computer monitors or TV's in the trash. Bring these items to the recycle center for safe disposal.Batteries Here