What can be recycled at the curbside?
All types of dry uncontaminated paper, cardboard, plastic containers numbered 1-7, rinsed
bottles and cans. Labels on bottles & cans do not have to be removed; neck rings on bottles do
not have to be removed. Food containers should be rinsed free of food residue, and aerosol cans
should be completely empty of product. Windows on envelopes and food boxes (pasta boxes for
example) do not have to be removed.

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1. Who do I call if my trash or recycling is missed?
2. When should I put out my trash and recycling?
3. What is the Holiday Schedule?
4. Do I have to sort all of my bottles and cans separate from paper and cardboard when I put it out at curbside?
5. What can be recycled at the curbside?
6. What is my curbside Recycling limit?
7. Where do I get a Recycle Toter from the City?
8. Can Pizza Boxes and other greasy or food contaminated items (including egg cartons) be put in the Recycle bin?
9. Can Styrofoam go in the Recycle toter? Can plastic bags go in the Recycle toter?