ALL in ONE Recycling Guidelines
View the ALL in ONE Flyer for additional details.
- Recycle office paper, cardboard, cans, glass and plastic, magazines, newspapers and glossy insert items only
- Rinse, clean and keep items dry
- No loose caps or lids, keep attached or remove from recyclables
- Items labeled toxic, poisonous, corrosive or flammable can be taken to the city's HHW facility
Plastic Containers #1-7
Plastic containers that have the recycling symbol with numbers 1-7 are accepted, this includes: milk jugs, juice containers, yogurt tubs, butter tubs, etc.
Do Not Recycle: plastic bags, plastic to-go containers, motor oil or antifreeze bottles, shrink wrap, toys and plastic 6-pack rings.
Aluminum, Steel, Tin and Aerosol Cans
Aluminum, steel, tin and empty aerosol cans (no caps) can be recycled.
Do Not Recycle: scrap metal, razor blades, tin foil, nails, rusty cans, metal pots and pans.
Glass Bottles and Jars
All colored glass bottles and jars can be recycled.
Do Not Recycle: ceramics, pyrex, window glass, mirrors, light bulbs and drinking glasses.
Newspapers, Magazines and Catalogs
Newspapers, magazines and catalogs with a glued binding are acceptable for recycling, other items include: junk mail, office paper, non-spiral bound phone books, softcover books and brown grocery bags.
Do Not Recycle: shredded paper, egg cartons or spiral bound books.
Flattened Cardboard and Paperboard
Flattened corrugated cardboard, paperboard, milk and juice cartons, pizza boxes, soup and broth cartons and beverage cases can be recycled.
Do Not Recycle: freezer boxes.
Items to Not Recycle When Using the ALL in ONE Recycling Program
- Plastic Bags
- Food Waste/Compost