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The Pro Disposal Recycling Program is the most comprehensive program available.  We collect recycling on "even schedule" or "odd schedule". Please click one of the links above to see the calendar. Please contact our office to know which is your recycle schedule.

You No Longer Have to Sort –   We now provide Single Stream recycling as a part of our recycling program.   Single Stream allows all recycling to be placed in one container.
All sorting is done at the recycling plants.  
Recycle is picked-up every other week on your normal trash day.
Please make sure there are NO PLASTIC BAGS mixed in your recyclables.

Here is a list of acceptable recycling items:

  • Newspapers(including inserts)
  • Mixed Paper
  • Phones Books
  • Steel or Tin Cans
  • Aluminum foil
  • Plastic Milk Jugs
  • Corrugated Cardboard (FLATTENED)
  • Chipboard (Cereal and Tissue Boxes)
  • Plastic (#1-#7) Plastic Bottls or Tubs
  • Empty Aerosol Cans
  • Pie Tins
  • Magazines
  • Office Paper
  • Brown Paper Bags
  • Aluminum (do not crush)
  • Glass Bottles and Jars
  • Detergent Bottles (Tide)
  • Bulk or Junk Mail

Here are some more helpful hints when deciding whether you can recycle the item:

Plastics: Only recycle plastic bottles and tubs.  This is typically a #1 through #7 plastic and only pertains to the bottles and tubs.  Here are some examples of plastic bottles that are okay to recycle:

  • Soda, water, and juice bottles
  • Liquid detergent and other cleaning supply bottles
  • Condiment bottles (ketchup, mustard, etc)
  • Milk jugs and orange juice jugs (no paper cartons)
  • Shampoo bottles and liquid soap dispensers
  • Peanut butter jars (please rinse out)
  • Butter and Yogurt tubs

Steel: Please make sure any aerosol cans are totally empty.  This would include containers such as shaving cream and hairspray cans.  Labels are okay.

Cardboard : Make sure to flatten cardboard.  No wax-lined cardboard is accepted in the recycling mix.  Wax-lined cardboard can be composted in a different service.

Brown paper bags: NO PLASTIC BAGS.

Chip or Paperboard: This type of material includes items such as:

  • Cereal boxes
  • Soda Carrier boxes
  • Tissue holders
  • Other food boxes such as popcorn or microwave food boxes (not the cooking sleeves)
  • Paper egg cartons are okay
  • Paper towel and toilet paper tubes

Newspaper: We accept the entire newspaper including the inserts and ads.

Office Paper: All types of office paper are accepted.  If you can tear it, we can take it.  All colors are fine as well.  Don’t worry about paperclips, staples, tape, and sticky notes.  These are all okay in the mix.  NO TYVEK (polyethylene fiber) plastic, over-night mailing folders.

Bulk or Junk Mail: This material is okay as well.  Do not worry about any stamps or staples or sticky notes in this material, either.  Remember, if you can tear it, we can take it.  Again, NO TYVEK (polyethylene fiber) plastic, over-night mailing folders.

Magazines, Catalogs, Phone Books: Please discard plastic bags around these items and items such as CDs and magnets.  Everything else is okay.

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED

  • NO PLASTIC BAGS
  • NO "to go" plastic containers
  • NO plastic egg cartons
  • NO plastic plates, forks, spoons or knives
  • NO six pack holders
  • NO plastic syringes
  • NO Styrofoam


WE DO NOT ACCEPT OILS, PAINTS, OR BATTERIES.

WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY HAZARDOUS OR BIO-HAZARDOUS WASTE PRODUCTS SUCH AS NEEDLES AND SYRINGES.

WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY CERAMICS OR PYREX CONTAINERS ALONG WITH NO WINDSHIELD GLASS.