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Cart Placement: (Single-family households and businesses with carts)

Place your carts in the street with the wheels against the curb and the arrow on the lid pointing toward the street.  The lid must be closed.  Leave at least 1 1/2 feet between your trash, yard waste, and recycling containers so the automated collection equipment can easily pickup the containers.  Please do not park your car in front of containers.  If possible, park off the street on your scheduled service day. 

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Questions about your service, call Republic Services at (619) 421-9400.

What goes into your recycling container:

What goes in

Please recycle;

-Dry food boxes, packaging, paper bags, cardboard, white paper, colored paper, letters and junk mail

-Milk cartons and juice boxes

-Magazines, newspapers, catalogs, phone books

-Block Styrofoam often in electronic and appliance packaging (No Styrofoam peanuts or sheets)

-Empty metal paint or aerosol cans

-Glass or plastic bottles and jars, plus all CRV containers

-Steel, tin, pie tins, wire hangers, aluminum cans, foil, plus all CRV containers

Click here for the Most Forbidden Items.

Don’t trash a good thing. Recycle it!

Recyclables that are contaminated with trash or are put in plastic bags must be disposed of as trash — defeating the whole purpose of recycling!

 

Did You Know?

Every ton of recycled paper saves 380 gallons of oil and 7,000 gallons of water.

By recycling one aluminum can, enough energy is saved to run a TV or computer for three hours. 

Americans throw away more than 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour 

 

 

Recycling Is Mandatory

    • Businesses may also sell or donate recyclable and reusable materials to a recycling or reuse company.
    • Republic Services can also provide recycling for loads of concrete, asphalt and wood. Additional materials may be recyclable as well, check with Republic Services before mixing the materials with trash.
    • Questions? Would you like to schedule a free waste audit? Call Environmental Services at (619) 691-5122.
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