Recycling, Compost, Garbage & Hazardous Waste Guide

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Blue Recycle Bin
  1. Cardboard
  2. Paper
  3. Metal
  4. Plastic
  5. Glass

Cardboard, recycleCardboard

Break down boxes

Put cardboard tubes in blue bin
Cardboard tubes

Cardboard food packaging

Plastic liner removed

Compost Bin
  1. Food Scraps
  2. Food Containers
  3. Food Soiled Paper
  4. Yard Waste
  5. Wood

No plastic bags, pet waste or diapers

compostable bag or other compostable container with food scrapsCompostable bag or milk carton with food scraps

eaten pizza, compostLeftovers, food scraps

Old lettuce and apple core

Fruit and vegetable trimmings

Eggshell, compost


Moldy Cheese, compost

Cheese and dairy products

Meat, bones, seafood, oyster shell, compost

Meat, bones seafood and shellfish

Rice and stale bread, compost

Breads and grains

Coffee filter and tea bag, compostCoffee grounds, filter, tea bags

Paper only

Garbage bin
  1. Plastic
  2. Single Use
  3. Styrofoam
  4. Other

Any and all plastic bags go in the garbage

plastic bags, garbage

Plastic bags

Amazon prime bubble shipping envelope, garbageBubble, padded shipping envelopes

Bubble wrap and air pillows, garbage
Air cushions and bubble wrap

Plastic wrap, garbage
Plastic wrap

styrofoam peanuts packing, garbage
Zip top baggies

Plastic Utensils, garbage

Plastic utensils

Disposable coffee cup lidDisposable cup lids

Multi colored Plastic Straws, garbage

Plastic straws

Household  hazardous waste, and electronics. Items are not accepted in any bin.
  1. Home & Garden
  2. Auto
  3. Electronics
  4. Medical

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Batteries are hazardous waste, car batteries, and all alkaline and rechargeable, button batteries to

Batteries, NiMH, button, lithium-ion, rechargeable

Any type of fluorescent light bulbs needs to be disposed of as hazardous waste

Fluorescent bulbs, tubes, ballasts

Paints and glues are considered hazardous waste

Paints and glues

Latex, oil, stains, thinners, shellac, solvents, stucco, caulk, cement

Household cleaners are hazardous waste, bleach, drain cleaning and more

Bleach, ammonia, and cleaners

Garden chemicals are hazardous waste, pesticides, herbicides, etc.

Sprays, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers

Rat Poison, ant trap, and gopher bait, hazardous waste


Ant traps, rat poison, gopher bait

Propane tanks of all sizes need to be disposed of as hazardous waste

Propane tanks

Pool chemicals and fire extinguishers are hazardous waste

Fire extinguishers and pool chemicals

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