Aerosol containers (food grade only)
Aluminum foil
Cans & bottles
Foil containers
Metal lids from cans & bottles
Plastic bottles (with or without
caps attached)
Plastic containers, tubs & lids
Plastic one-use cups
(no lids, no straws)
Loose bottle caps
Plastic bags & wrap
Plastic plates, bowls & utensils
Prescription bottles
Single-use coffee containers
Styrofoam cups, containers
& packaging peanuts
Water fi lters
Aerosol containers (deodorizers,
cleaners, pesticides, etc.)
Foil tops from yogurt containers
Paint cans
Pots & pans
Small pieces of scrap metal
Spiral wound containers
PLASTIC METAL
Beverage bottles & jars
Food bottles & jars
Ceramic mugs & plates
Drinking glasses
GLASS
Cardboard & boxboard
Food & beverage cartons
Junk mail
Magazines & newspaper inserts
Newsprint
Offi ce paper
Pizza boxes
Gift wrap & gift bags
Ice cream containers
Paper cups (hot & cold)
Shredded paper
Take-out food containers
Tissue paper
PAPER
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