Any container that is biodegradable goes into household trash.
What to Recycle
Clear, green, brown bottles and jars; such as mason jars, glass juice bottles, spaghetti sauce jars, mason jars, glass and mirrors (frames must be removed) etc.
Rinse them clean, remove lids, collars, neck rings, corks, etc.; labels may be left on.
LED and Fluorescent light bulbs should be placed in a barrel for this purpose at the landfill.
Do not include – other glass items, such as any dishes, plates, cups, Pyrex, ceramics, light bulbs.
Aluminum / tin / steel cans and lids.
Non-deposit and deposit beverage cans.
Aluminum foil or pie plates.
Rinse cans, and flatten if possible (not absolutely necessary); labels may be left on.
No paint or aerosol cans, these may be put in the metal bin if empty.
No cans containing hazardous waste, these must be brought to Hazardous Waste Day scheduled on Saturdays 6 times per year. Please see the link above for further information, including the currently scheduled dates.
No other metal items.
Newspaper with inserts / paper bags.
Magazines, catalogs, phone books.
Paper must be clean and dry. Place newspaper, mixed paper and corrugated cardboard in separate bins. Keep paper materials separate. Flatten cardboard boxes.
No soiled paper or cardboard such as pizza boxes.
No waxed paper or waxed cardboard.
All plastic bottles, jars, tubes, containers labeled 1 to 7.
Rinse clean, remove lids and neck rings, may flatten or crush.
No plastic bags.
No motor oil / chemical containers.
No plastic other than those listed.
Grass, leaves and easily raked materials. This is deposited at the rear of the site in the landscape waste pile.
Branches and stumps - bring loose and deposit in designated area.