The City offers weekly curbside recycling as a service for its citizens through the solid waste provider, Al Clawson Disposal. Recycling containers are provided to each resident by Clawson.
Place recycle cart on curbside by 6 am on your scheduled trash pick up day.
- Metal: Aluminum, steel, and tin cans and aluminum foil; no food contamination, please rinse
- Glass: Includes bottles and jars, clear, green, brown, and blue glass; please rinse and remove lids
- Paper: Newspaper, office paper, junk mail, phone books, brown paper bags, magazines, paperboard-cereal boxes, and cardboard-flatten (keep dry)
- Plastics: Please rinse and remove lids
- Number 1 Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET): Soft drink, water, and other beverage bottles, detergent and cleaning containers, peanut butter, and other food containers and bottles
- Number 2 High Density Polyethylene (HDPE): Milk and water jugs, laundry detergents, and shampoo bottles
- Number 3 Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC or V): Clear food packaging, cling wrap, detergents, and window cleaner bottles, some plastic squeeze bottles, cooking oil and peanut butter jars, shower curtains
- Number 4 Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE): bread wrappers, frozen food wrappers, most plastic wraps, some bottles
- Number 5 Polypropylene (PP): Deli soup, syrup, yogurt, and margarine containers, clouded plastic containers, baby bottles, and straws
- Number 6 Polystyrene (PS): CD cases, disposable cutlery, Styrofoam, food containers, packaging, egg cartons
- Number7 Mixed/Other: Most plastic baby bottles, 5-gallon water bottles, sport water bottles, clear plastic sippy cups