Both batteries and cell phones are now classified as Universal Waste and are banned from disposal with garbage and must be handled properly.
Curbside recycling of used motor oil and oil filters is available.
Twice a year pickup of large and bulky items is available.
Effective February 9, 2006, it became illegal to dispose of many household materials in the trash.
Did you know you probably have hazardous waste in your own home? Most households do.
RethinkWaste helps our member agencies to coordinate free electronic scrap recycling events at convenient locations on an annual basis.
Close the Loop! By purchasing recycled content and other “green” products, you are doing your part to ensure that our natural resources are conserved and available for generations to come.
Try to purchase at least one recycled-content product on a regular basis, such as paper towels or copy paper.
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