Recycling

The following materials are now being accepted co-mingled:

 GLASS


Bottles & Jars Only
Bottles and Jars of all colors with labels.NO PLASTIC CAPS AND TOPS, DRINKING GLASSES, PYREX, VASES, DISHES, BAKEWARE, CHINA, LIGHTBULBS.
 PLASTICS


Bottles/Containers Only
Bottles, Jars, and Tubs with a #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, and #7, in the Recycling Triangle such as Beverage, Milk, Detergent, Shampoo, Margarine, and Yogurt.NO CONTAINERS THAT CONTAINED MOTOR OIL, PESTICIDES OR HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS ARE TO BE DROPPED OFF.
 METAL

 

 

Aluminum, Tin, Steel, and Bimetal (containers only)

Soda, Beverage, and Food Containers, bimetal cans.

NO AEROSOL CANS CONTAINING PRODUCT, ALUMINUM FOIL AND PIE PLATES, COOKING POTS AND PANS.

 

 NEWSPAPER

 

Clean newsprint and the inserts that come with newspapers such as comics, glossy coupons, magazine sections and colored ads.

NEWSPAPERS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE PLASTIC FILM WEATHER BAG.

 

CARDBOARD PAPER & CHIPBOARD


Corrugated cardboard, boxes, and brown paper grocery bags, cereal and other non-wax coated food containers, tissue boxes, shoe boxes, clean corrugated pizza boxes and egg cartons.

NO WAXED ITEMS AND FROZEN FOOD BOXES, MILK AND JUICE CONTAINERS, STYROFOAM OR PLASTIC EGG CARTONS.

 

 OTHER PAPER  & JUNK MAIL


Magazines, writing and school paper, envelopes with or without windows, copy paper, paperback books, hardcover books with covers removed, catalogs, phone books, store fliers, office papers, file folders, greeting cards, non-metallic gift wrapping paper and boxes.

WE DO NOT RECYCLE SHREDDED PAPER, TISSUE/TOILET PAPER OR PHOTOGRAPHS.

 

RECHARGEABLE BATTERY RECYCLING


Rechargeable batteries can be dropped off for recycling at the Warren County Landfill and at many local retailers including Home Depot, Lowes, Staples, RadioShack, Verizon Wireless.

To find the drop-off locations nearest you,

click here

CFL BULBS RECYCLING


Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb (CFL) can be brought to the Warren County Landfill during the Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling Event, which are held two times a year.

You may also recycle your CFL bulbs at your local Home Depot.

Click here for more information on recycling at Home Depot