Area 4

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Here you can drop off:


  • Single-stream recyclables
  • Fluorescent light bulbs
  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Cooking oil
  • Antifreeze
  • Waste motor oil
  • Mercury containing devices
  • Household paints
  • Clothing donations

For a list of instructions containing the "Do's and Don'ts" of recycling, please click here

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All single-stream recyclables can be deposited in the 8 perimeter cans assuming that they are loose, dry, clean of dirt and other contaminants. For your convenience we have provided trash cans at the drop off locations for disposal of empty bags if you choose to bag your recyclables.
Clothing for donation can be deposited in the 6 Planet Aid bins in the center of Area 4. Please note that this is not textile recycling. It is to be re-purposed for less fortunate families so please use discretion when sorting clothing to be donated. Rigid plastic drop off is for larger plastic containers not accepted in the single stream recycling.
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Large tube type fluorescent light bulbs can be deposited in the shelves in the back of the cooking oil box. Compact fluorescent light bulbs can be placed in the small box on the table. Mercury containing devices can also be laced in another small box on the table. Plastic grocery bags can be dropped off in the blue totes on the left hand side of the cooking oil bin. Cooking oil can be poured into the large dumpster in the cooking oil bin. For your convenience we have provided trash cans to dispose of your empty containers if you wish.
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Antifreeze can be deposited in the tank located in the left side of the antifreeze/motor oil bin for a small fee of $1.00 per gallon. Please pay at Area 1 prior to dumping. Motor oil can be deposited in the tank located on the right side of the antifreeze/motor oil bin free of charge. For your convenience trash cans are provided for your empty containers as they are deemed non recyclable.
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Household paints can be placed on the table in the household paints bin providing that the paint is sealed and clearly marked. If your paint cans are empty please drop them in the trash container labeled empty paint cans next to the table. We only accept paint at this location. Any other paint type products such as stripping or thinning agents are considered hazardous waste and are not accepted at our facility. Please refer to our hazardous waste section for more information.