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Areas We Serve

We offer our curbside recycling pick up  for the areas listed below:

  • Chesterland

  • Novelty 

  • Russell 

  • South Russell

  • Munson

  • Bainbridge

  • Chagrin Falls

  • Auburn

  • Chardon

  • Hambden

  • Bratenahl 

Recycling Services

WHAT CAN GO INTO MY CURBSIDE CONTAINER?

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Aluminum & Metal Cans

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EMPTY Food and beverage cans, empty, clean and dry foil containers

Rinse empty cans, push lid down inside the can. Place items loosely in cart

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Cans containing food, clothes hangers, scrap metal, screws, nails, toys, lawn furniture, paint cans, aluminum siding. For safety reasons, no aerosol cans & no pressurized containers

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Plastics (PET, HDPE) #1, 2 & 5

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Food & Beverage bottles and jugs, water jugs, liquid detergent, bleach softener bottles, hair care bottles.

Empty and rinse containers. If container is greasy, wipe out with soapy water & rinse. Place loose in cart.

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Plastic cups/plates, Styrofoam peanuts and blocks, plastic plant pots, foam plastic egg cartons, plastic wrap, bubble wrap, plastic bags, CD & DVD’s, toy, lawn furniture; motor oil, cooking oil bottles, pesticide, herbicide, antifreeze jugs

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Paper

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Office & computer papers, paper bags, newspapers, magazines, junk mail, catalogs

Place loose in cart

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NO SHREDDED PAPER Phonebooks, glue-bound books, gift wrapping paper of any kind. If you have a bin, do not place paper out on wet days.

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Cardboard

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Clean Corrugated cardboard, cereal, shoes & tissue boxes

Flatten or break down into pieces no larger than 4 feet, remove all packing material such as Styrofoam blocks, peanuts, bubble wrap, etc.

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Oily pizza boxes; Milk cartons; juice boxes; take-out food containers; oily soiled, or contaminated cardboard; packing materials (eg. Styrofoam, peanuts, bubble wrap, etc.) NO WET CARDBOARD

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Glass* Glass is repurposed, not recycled according to PA DEP’s definition

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Clear, brown amber and green beverage bottles and food jars

Rinse bottles and jars (labels may be left on)

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Broken glass, light bulbs, dishes, drinking glasses, crystal window glass, mirrors, ceramics, Pyrex or tempered glass

*Glass will be collected in your recycling cart to be repurposed for another use

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