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Plastic bottles have a neck smaller than the base. Leave the cap on!
Tubs, cups and buckets and other rigid non bottle plastics #2, #4, #5 only.
Clear, brown, green and blue glass bottles and jars only.
Rinse clean. Lids and labels are okay
Aluminum and steel/tin food or beverage cans. Tuck metal lids inside cans and crimp the edge shut. Flatten what you can to save space.
Must be completely empty. Do not puncture or flatten.
Cans that are not empty
Rinse off food residue and crush what you can.
Foil with food or grease on it.
Flat-topped, aseptic, and gable topped boxes. Plastic spouts are okay. Rinse clean and flatten.
Newspaper and associated inserts.
Remove plastic bags or rubber bands before recycling.
24-hour recycling drop-off sites have Magazine Racks to share magazines in good condition.
Phone books and other paperback books. Clean and dry.
Remove from plastic bags before recycling. No hardcover books.