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7/16/2012 - Responsible Recycling

For those of you who recycle, please do it responsibly. In particular, please put the correct materials in the correct bins and flatten all cardboard boxes that are being recycled.

In addition, you should not overfill the bins or put material to be recycled on the top of the bins or on the floor. Instead, if the bins are full, please use the compactor.

Current SWA recycling Rules

Paper products go in the yellow bin. 
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines/Catalogs
  • Unwanted Mail
  • School/Office Papers
  • Phone Books
  • Paper Bags
  • ALL Cardboard Boxes
    (includes beverage cartons, tissue boxes, dry food boxes, corrugated cardboard. Boxes must be flattened and cut to 3’ x 3’ maximum.)
  • Please place shredded paper in a brown paper bag, fold the top down to secure and place in your yellow bin. No plastic bags please!
Recyclable containers go in the blue bin.
  •  Plastic Containers #1 - #7
  • Steel Cans
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum Foil and Pie Plates *
  • Drink Boxes
  • Milk and Juice Cartons
  • Glass Bottles and Jars
Because contamination affects the marketability of the collected materials, do not to place the following in the recycle bins.
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Aluminum Pie Plates

And if all of this seems too complicated, please just use the trash compactor instead.


Peter Schulz - Editor - Email TCR

 
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