Your Recycling Partner
Every time you choose to recycle, you’re giving that item a second life to serve a new purpose and save natural resources. Now more than ever, it’s important that only the right items, free from contamination, make their way into your recycling bin.
Become a Recycling Expert
Whether you’re at home or at work, we’ve got the tools to set you up for recycling success.
Grab Two Containers
Whether you use new containers, repurposed boxes or reusable bags, set your recycling container next to the trash bin — this works for recycling in several rooms in your home or at work.
Label Both Containers
Download and print Recycling and Trash labels in the Recycling Resources section and place them on each container to ensure the right items go into the right bins.
Remember, recycling right is as easy as recycling clean bottles, cans, paper and cardboard. Download Recycle Right posters from the Recycling Resources section and put on your refrigerator or place them by the recycling bins at home and work.
Plastic Bags: Recycling’s Nemesis
Plastic bags can shut down an entire recycling plant, so don’t toss loose plastic bags into your curbside recycling bin and never bag your recyclables. Empty loose recyclable items directly into the bin.
Recycling is easy and convenient — toss your clean and dry bottles, cans, paper and cardboard together in your recycling container. Empty smaller bins used throughout your home or business into your large recycling bin — and remember to free your recyclables — no plastic bags.
Keep It Up
The easiest way to be an avid recycler is to make a commitment to recycle right. Once you get into that groove, you’ll find recycling seamlessly integrates into your everyday life. Then go and share your passion for recycling with family and friends, and make purchase choices based on recyclability.