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Acceptable Household Recyclable Material
Please make sure the containers are rinsed and free of food. Caps are acceptable.
No plastic garbage bags. Please place recyclables in the bin "loose".


Plastic:
Look for recycling symbol #1 or #2, usually found on the bottom of the container.
• Beverage bottles
• Mustard, ketchup, and mayonnaise containers
• Shampoo bottles
• Clear and white milk jugs

 

Paper and Cardboard:
Paper must remain dry. If it rains on your scheduled pick up day, please keep your paper products inside and put them out on the next scheduled pick up date.
• Magazines, newspapers, phone books, catalogs, etc.
• Junk mail and envelopes
• Office paper supplies, poster board
• OCC-corrugates boxes (flattened)
• Boxboard (cereal and cracker boxes), paper egg cartons



Metals:
All materials must be rinsed and free of all food.
• Aluminum cans
• Steel vegetable and soup cans

 

We DO NOT take:
• Glass
• Plastics #3-7 (styrofoam, plastic bags, solo cups, PVC ,etc.)
• Wax coated cardboard (meat boxes)
• TVs or monitors

 

Concordia Metal accepts computers and electronic equipment at their drop off locations. Computers and electronics are not acceptable in the curbside program.

• Hard drives
• Printers
• PCs, routers, modems, switches, servers
• Appliances (toasters, auto batteries, air conditioners, etc.)



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