Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
All three haulers provide weekly single-sort recycling.
- Plastics: Plastics #1, 2 and 5 (rinsed), Bottles, Tubs, and Containers
- Glass: Bottles and Jars
- Aluminum and Metal: Aluminum, Steel and Tin Cans (rinsed)
- Paper, Cartons, Cardboard, and Paperboard: Corrugated Cardboard, Boxboard, Envelopes, Magazines, Catalogs, Mail, Newspapers, Milk and Broth Cartons, Juice Boxes, Pastel Colored Paper, Brown Paper Grocery Bags, etc.
Waste reduction is the easiest, most effective way to lower your disposal costs. Brainstorm with employees about your day-to-day operations. Find creative ways to reduce waste and substitute less hazardous products that pose reduced disposal problems.
Donations relieve disposal costs for equipment or materials of no further use to you. As long as the items are in usable or working condition, consider the benefits of giving them away. See these sections for ideas:
Businesses use recyclable materials every day. Cardboard, glass, metal, paper, plastic, wood and food are all recyclable. To locate outlets and markets for recycling - read the following link:
For more information on waste reduction and recycling, please visit the following links: