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No, just place them in the container loosely. Be sure to keep the lid closed to keep the newspaper dry.
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No! Recyclables should be kept loose in your curbside bin. Bagging them is not helpful and may result in your material not being recycled. You may also be subject to a violation. Plastic bags can damage the sort line equipment causing expensive repairs and downtime.
Leave it at the present address for the new occupant to use.
No, you must use only a City issued container so that the collection trucks can properly lift the container.
Latex paint must be dried up before collection. You can either mix it with kitty litter until solidified or you can brush residual out on a plywood board.
Environmental Recycling, located at 527 E Woodland Circle in Bowling Green, will accept latex and non-latex, old and new paint for proper disposal. This business charges a fee for disposal, so you may want to call first for rates. The contact number is 800-284-9107.
Place it in the refuse container.
Do not place it in your blue recycling container. It is still accepted at the 24-hour drop off at the Recycling Center. Paper that is not shredded should be placed in the blue container.
Remove all food items and recycle the box only. Boxes that are covered in grease, cheese, other food items should be thrown away as they can contaminate the other recyclable materials.
Yes, these are acceptable for recycling.
Do not place them in your blue recycling container. They are still accepted at the 24-hour drop off at the Recycling Center.
Do not place them in your blue recycling container. Please return them to your local grocery store to be recycled.
Please keep the blue container at the property even if you choose not to recycle.