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What items can be recycled?
What is single stream recycling?
Single Stream Recycling is an improved system in which recyclables such as plastics, paper, cardboard, carton, and metals are put into a single recycling bin. ADSI collects those recyclables and transports them to Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) where they are sorted and processed.
Do you recycle construction debris?
Yes! Construction Debris will be recycled at C&D facilities and require a roll-off dumpster. Construction Debris cannot be recycled in your standard trash or recycling cart. Explore our Roll Off Dumpster Service here
Do you recycle electronics?
Recycling Tip: Electronics can be donated or recycled at your next local store. For more information click here.
What cannot be recycled?
Recycle elsewhere – But NOT in your bin
NOT Recyclable – Put these items in your trash
Here is our Top 10 Contaminant List
Why is the recycling symbol on Styrofoam, Plastic coated paper or other non-recyclable products?
The recycling symbol isn’t regulated and materials like Styrofoam have very low weight and only very few places that recycle it.
Do I need to remove bottle and jar caps?
Recycling Tip: Donate bottle and jar caps to charities like the Upcycle Creative Reuse Center
Why should items be placed loosely in the bin?
Your mixed recycle bin is sorted into different categories for recycling. If you have placed items inside one another, the machines will not be able to sort them.
Why should recycling items be empty, clean and dry?
If items once contained food or liquid they must be rinsed clean and given a shake to remove the water before going into your recycle bin. Food and liquid can contaminate the materials. Extremely wet paper or cardboard products will fall apart and are marked as not recyclable.