Recycling Collection

Tri-County Recycling Guide

Place all of the following loose in your blue recycling cart:


  • Newspapers (all sections), magazines, catalogs, home office paper,
  • Corrugated cardboard boxes – flattened
  • Fiberboard (soda and beer containers, cereal and cracker boxes, etc.)
  • Telephone books, paperback books, hardcover books with the covers and bindings removed ,
  • Junk mail and envelopes,
  • Brown grocery bags.

food and beverage containers – green, brown and clear.  Please remove metal rings/necks/lids on glass jars or bottles.

Not acceptable: light bulbs, plate glass, auto glass, tempered glass, mirrors, ceramics or any glass that is not a container.

clean food and beverage cans only.

Not acceptable: scrap metal, paint cans, aerosol cans, automotive product cans, aluminum foil or disable aluminum plates or pie tins.

narrow-necked bottles marked #1 or #2 on the bottom (e.g. laundry products and shampoo. Plastic coffee “cans” the are marked #1 or #2 are now recyclable.

Not acceptable: plastic wrap, plastic bags or any other type of plastic bottles such as those used for motor oil, antifreeze or other hazardous materials. Plastic containers with openings that are larger than their bottom should be reused or disposed of in the trash.

Tenant’s Guide to Recycling  (English)   (Spanish)

Common Questions About Recycling

Recycling and Compost

Tri-County Recycle Guide