Transfer Station

Effective January 1, 2015.  Transfer Station and Recycling Center Hours:
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., Sat. 9 am to 4 pm
Pilot program – Sunday hours 10 am to 2 pm

By state law as of JULY 1, 2015

 Aluminum and steel cans
 Aluminum foil and aluminum pie pans – clean please
 Glass bottles and jars from foods and beverages
 Plastics #1 and #2 (PET and HDPE resin types)
 Corrugated cardboard
 White and mixed paper
 Newspaper, magazines, catalogues, paper mail, and envelopes
 Box board – Cereal boxes and such but not the inserts

The following MIXED PAPER items can be recycled in ONE CONTAINER and DO NOT have to be separated from each other
Accepted Mixed Paper: Office Paper, Computer Paper, Fax Paper, Telephone Books, Soft Cover Books, Posters, Magazines, White and Colored Paper, Manila Folders, Envelopes, Junk Mail, Chipboard (Cereal Boxes/Gift Boxes), Egg Cartons, Brown Paper Bags, Hardcover Books (remove covers), and School Paper
NOT accepted Mixed Paper: Waxed paper, cereal box inserts, napkins, used paper plates, paper towels, wrapping paper

Please do not put corrugated cardboard in the paper collection container

The following COMMINGLED items can be recycled in ONE CONTAINER and DO NOT have to be separated from each other

Accepted Commingled: Juice Boxes, Aseptic Milk/Juice Cartons, Aluminum/Steel/Tin Cans, Glass Bottles (brown, green, clear, blue), Aluminum Foil, Pie Tins, Plastic Containers #1 through #7, Frozen Food Cartons, Rigid Plastics including toys and tubs

Please RINSE all food and beverage containers

NOT accepted Commingled: Porcelain Toilets and Sinks, Pyrex, Ceramics (Coffee mugs, etc.), Drinking glasses, Window Panes, Mirrors, Styrofoam

The Following MUST be Separated

Cardboard: (Please make sure that all pieces are clean, dry, and flattened.)

Newspaper: Black and white newspaper, please bag These are kept separate from all other papers as they are given to local farmers for livestock bedding. (No glossy inserts or staples)

Packing Peanuts: Accepted in bags or boxes