Curbside Recycling Program

Acceptable Household Products

Plastic

Now Plastic: Number 1 through Number 7

There is a recycling number on the bottom of every plastic container. Those with a Number 1 through Number 7 can be recycled. 

Examples are plastic containers for: 

  • Baby milk bottles
  • Cool Whip containers
  • Cream cheese containers
  • Distilled water
  • Fabric softeners
  • Hand soap bottles
  • Juices
  • Ketchup and mustard bottles
  • Laundry detergents
  • Margarine tubs
  • Microwaveable food containers
  • Milk
  • Salad dressing bottles
  • Shampoo bottles
  • Soft drinks

(Please rinse out all containers and remove caps and lids.)

Glass

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Bottles and jars for soft drinks
  • Mayonnaise
  • Pickles

Metal

  • Coffee cans
  • Fruit and vegetables cans
  • Seafood cans
  • Soft drink cans
  • Soup cans

Paper

  • Cardboard boxes 
  • Catalogs
  • Cereal boxes
  • Junk mail
  • Magazines 
  • Newspapers and inserts 
  • Telephone books

Unacceptable Household Products

Plastic

  • Automotive fluid containers
  • Chemical or pesticide containers
  • Food wrap
  • Packing material
  • Plastic film containers
  • Styrofoam

Glass

  • Ceramic dishes
  • Crystal
  • Light bulbs
  • Mirrors
  • Oven cookware
  • Pottery
  • Safety glass
  • Window or auto glass

Metal

  • Aluminum food trays
  • Chairs
  • Containers that hold hazardous materials such as:
    • Hangers
    • Lawn / garden chemicals
    • Pots and pans
    • Pressurized containers
    • Waxes
  • Foil

Paper

Paper containing paper clips or staples

Batteries

Household Batteries can now be dropped off at City Hall in the drop off containers just inside door from parking lot.