SMixed recycling refers to putting all recyclables in one bin, sometimes known as “single stream recycling.” Although some businesses and municipalities are switching over to mixed recycling, separating the materials will save you more money.
Mixed Recycling Guidelines:
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- All mixed paper including newspaper, magazines, catalogs, brown paper bags, paper packaging, beverage cartons, all office paper, phone books, envelopes, junk mail.
- All plastics containers including beverage and food containers, detergent bottles, household cleaners, yogurt cups, rigid plastic containers such as pipette trays.
- All glass containers including all beverage and food containers.
- All cardboard.
- Metal: Aluminum cans, aluminum pans, foil.
- NO trash
- NO food waste or food soiled
- NO styrofoam
- NO broken china
- NO corks
- NO soiled paper
- NO hazardous waste