Common Acceptable Items
-Cardboard and boxboard -Paper food and beverage cartons -Junk mail
-Magazine & newspaper inserts -Newsprint -Office paper -Pizza boxes (clean)
-Phone books -Hard cover books -Food bottles and jars -Beverage bottles & jars
-Metal lids -Aerosol containers (food grade) -Aluminum foil -Cans and bottles
Common Unacceptable Items
-Plastic Bags -Gift wrap -Gift bags -Ice cream containers -Paper cups -Shredded paper
-Tissue paper -Ceramic mugs and plates -Drinking glasses -Foil tops from yogurt containers
-Paint cans -Plastic Bags -Pots and pans -Scrap metal -Spiral wound containers
-Loose bottle caps -Plastic bags -Plastic wraps -Plastic plates -Bowls and utensils
-Prescription bottles -Plastic Bags -Single-use coffee containers -Bubble mailer envelope
-Bubble wrap -Styrofoam of any kind including packing peanuts -Plastic Bags
Unfortunately plastic packaging is not allowed in curbside bins.
Plastic Packaging - All plastic-containing materials which can be used for the containment, protection, handling, delivery and presentation of other products, from raw materials to processed goods, from the producer to the user or the consumer.
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Search for Drop Off locations at Plastic Film Recycling
Drop-Off Recycling Center
Address: 21 Main Street, Town Garage
December through March Hours:
Monday through Friday 6:30am - 3:30pm
April through November Hours:
Monday through Thursday 6:30am - 3:30pm; Friday 6:30am – 12:30pm
Third Saturday of every month 9:00am – 12:00pm
Batteries, Antifreeze, Cell Phones, Computer components, Fluorescent light bulbs, Propane tanks 5 and 20 pounds, Televisions, small appliances and electronics, Waste Oil, Textiles (must be bagged).
Absolutely no paint is to be left at the drop off center. Do not leave any items when the shed is closed.