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What Can I Place in the 96 gallon RECYCLE Cart?

All recycle materials must be free of food residue. Please rinse and empty all glass, tin, and recyclable plastic containers.Click Recycle Often. Recycle Right. Click Recyclable Papers List to view an updated list of papers to recycle. Click BATH ROOM RECYCLING to learn more about recycling product packaging in the bathroom!

Absolutely NO trash, plastic bags, yard waste, Styrofoam, clothes, wood, electronics, or mercury products can be placed in the recycle cart.

What Can I Place in the 64 gallon TRASH Cart?

It is necessary for each of us to reduce trash on a daily basis, weekly and yearly basis. Reducing trash
prevents further degradation of our environment as well as preventing more pollution in our air, land and waters. Reducing trash also protect our natural resources.

Trash carts are for only residential trash. Absolutely no wood construction, vinyl siding, or any type of yard waste, paint, household hazardous waste, textiles, scrap metals or mercury products are allowed in trash cart.No Commercial Waste.

If you have a bulky item, which is an item too big for the cart, and it is reusable, please consider FIRST giving it away, or selling it online or posting on Facebook's Yard Sale page. Or you could call or drop off at Habitat for Humanity Restore. Surplus paint is accepted here. If your bulky item is truly trash, call DPW at 781.762.1413.

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