Recycle by Room - Recycle Right
Single Stream Recycling is an automated sorting process designed to handle non-hazardous items from your kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, office and mailbox. The recyclables are then collected and transported to a material recovery
facility where they are sorted and processed.
Clean and dry paper only. Wet paper will not make it through the sorting equipment. DO NOT SHRED.
Remove any metal or plastic components before recycling.
DO NOT SHRED.
Attach them to a larger piece of paper. They are too small to make it through the sorting facility alone.
Flatten all cardboard boxes and keep dry. Wet cardboard will not make it through the sorting equipment.
Flatten and keep dry. Put plastic and metal end caps in garbage.
Printer cartridges cannot be properly sorted by the equipment used for single stream recycling.
CD’s and CD cases cannot be properly sorted by the equipment used for single stream recycling.
Hardcover books cannot be properly sorted by the equipment used for single stream recycling.
Three-ring binders are made from multiple material types and cannot be properly sorted in the single-stream process.
These items cannot be recycled in the single-stream process because they are made of multiple materials types. Cords and cables will tangle up the sorting equipment and shut down the facility.
Shredded paper is too small make it through the sorting equipment and needs to be taken to a paper recycler.
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