Plastic #1 in the form of a bottle with a screw top (This includes water, soda / beverage, condiment bottles, etc.) & Plastic #2 in the form of a bottle or jug (This includes plastic milk jugs, water, detergent, shampoo bottles, etc.)
Cardboard (cut large boxes down to 2’ X 2’)
Books, magazines, phone books, and catalogs
Materials contaminated with food waste / grease (Including Pizza boxes)
Plastic #1 not in bottle form with a screw top lid. Such as a plastic tray or clamshell container.
Plastics #3, #4, #5, #6 & #7 or not numbered
Chip & candy wrappers, plastic film
Used paper products (tissues, toilet paper, etc.)
Glass (all types)
Plastic bags, grocery bags, etc.
Construction and demolition material
Loose shredded paper
Metallic wrapping paper
Motor oil containers
Trash / food waste
Wax paper, laminated paper
Glass bottles and jars can be recycled at the recycling area within the landfill. Please – No glass in the recycling container. It will NOT be recycled and will instead be treated as trash. Glass in the recycling will also cause contamination which turns recycling such as cardboard and paper into trash. This costs the City extra money to dispose of. Please contact the Solid Waste Division for information regarding other diversion practices, including Green Waste, E-Waste, and Household Hazardous Wastes.