|Day of the Week||Garbage Area||Recycle Area|
|Monday||1 & 3||1|
|Tuesday||2 & 4||2|
|Thursday||1 & 3||3|
|Friday||2 & 4||4|
Recycle the following at the curb:
No. 1 & 2 plastic bottles (soft drink bottles, milk jugs, liquid detergent containers, etc.)
Plastic beverage rings
Corrugated cardboard 3’x3′ squares
Steel food and beverage cans
White paper, mixed paper & junk mail
Spiral paper cans without wax
Aluminum cans, foils & trays
Newspaper (including inserts, magazines, telephone books and catalogs)
Glass food & beverage containers.
How many aluminum cans and water bottles do you throw away each week?
Americans throw away 2.5 million bottles every hour. Only 5% is recycled each year.
Aluminum cans are able to be recycled using less than 5% of the energy used to produce the original.
Recycling one plastic bottle saves enough energy to light a 60-watt bulb for 6 hours.
Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to light a 100-watt bulb for 20 hours.
One can or bottle can make a difference!
For pickup schedule on Holiday weeks please call Public Works @ 744-5532.