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General Recycling Procedures Delta Wide Recycling D.W.R. - Do Whats Right!

ITEM HOW TO PREPARE DO NOT INCLUDE

Container items may be placed together in recycling bin for collection

Aluminum Cans
  • Rinse well
  • Do not crush
  • Foil
  • Pie Tins
Steel Food Cans
  • Rinse well
  • Labels may stay on
To recycle can lid, place it inside the can and crush the can.
Steel Aerosol Cans
  • MUST BE COMPLETELY EMPTY
  • Remove plastic lid unless it's part of the can. Do not remove the nozzle.
NOTE: A magnet will "stick" to steel, but not aluminum

Plastic recyclables

Plastic bottles Please rinse well and remove caps, look for the number inside the recycle arrows We only except #1 and #2 Plastic, no other numbers are accepted

Paper products may be placed together for collection

Newsprint, Phone Books, Magazine/
Catalogs, Paper Back Books
  • Keep dry
  • Remove/Discard phone book covers
  • Bundled preferred, or bag
  • Tissue products
  • Contaminated paper
  • Nothing from your bathroom
Office/Mixed Paper
  • copy paper
  • computer paper
  • file folders
  • envelopes
  • letterhead
  • forms
  • Please bag if preshredded
  • Staples and paper clips allowed
Absolutely NO carbon paper
wax paper, transfer paper, tissue paper, paper towling, label backing sheets, books, metals, plastic, rubber bands, or food wrappers

Corrugated Cardboard must be flattened and no larger than 40" wide

Corrugated Cardboard Only!
  • Remove/Discard paper or plastic liners
  • Flatten and bundle
food cantaminated cardboard, wax coated boxes, juice bozes, milk cartons, cereal/cake mix boxes, soda/beer cartons

ATTENTION
Used syringes and lancets are not recyclable.
Place in plastic or metal container. Be sure to reinforce the lid cover with duct tape. Label the full container "sharps" and discard with your household waste.


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Attention Brush and wood for Composting!

Effective: 21 March 2016 through 31 December 2016

Beginning April 1, 2016 we will no longer accept any wood material at the drop-off site. Brush and wood smaller than 3 inches in diameter and no longer than 6 feet in small quantities may be brought to the landfill during normal business hours. No logs, stumps, rocks or dirt.