It can be any color. But no ceramics, like coffee mugs; or plate glass, like windows, please.
Only the cans, please! Foil and pans are not accepted.
Look for the (1) or (2) on the bottom. And only bottles, please! Detergent and soap bottles are just fine. And you do not have to remove the cap!
What is a bottle?
It is a container that has an opening smaller than the base.
Only the cans, please! Other steel and metal can be recycled at the Washington County Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off.
Cardboard and Paperboard
Small or large, even cereal boxes and shoe boxes. Please flatten before recycling.
Mixed Paper & Newspaper
Almost any kind of paper, including phone books, printer paper, magazines, and junk mail.
Grass, leaves, and brush get recycled, too! If you have curbside recycling, you can put out yard waste the same day as your other recyclables. You can also take it to our composting facility at 1708 S. Armstrong Avenue. We turn your yard waste into compost and mulch that you can use in your garden!