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• CRV bottles and cans for redemption (look for CA CASH REFUND on the label)• Non-CRV glass bottles and jars (separate colored from clear)• Non-CRV aluminum• Tin cans and small metal items• Mixed paper, including white and colored office paper, newspaper, phone books, magazines, and shredded paper in paper bags• Cardboard and chipboard (cereal boxes, etc.)• Household batteries (separate rechargeable from non-rechargeable)• Plastics #1-7
It is important to separate these plastics from your garbage and place them in the appropriate bin. Removing them from your trash serves two purposes:1) It keeps them out of the Composting Facility, which allows the decomposition process to work more efficiently. 2) By removing these plastics from your trash, you will pay less in disposal fees.
Please note that tarps and styrofoam are not accepted for recycling.