Recycle Right

What to Recycle 


  • Glass bottles
  • Glass jars 
  • Wine Bottles 
  • Beer Bottles 
  • Condiment Jars
  • Clean and Dry 


  • Plastic Jugs 
  • Plastic Bottles 
  • Laundry Detergent Bottles 
  • Milk Jugs 
  • Water Bottles 
  • Soda Bottles 
  • Clean and dry                                                                         


  • Steel cans 
  • Tin cans 
  • Beer Cans 
  • Soda Cans 
  • Clean and Dry 

Mixed Paper

  • Clean and dry paper 
  • Mail 
  • Cardboard
  • Newspaper 
  • Magazines 
  • Paperbacks 
  • Milk Cartons 
  • Juice Boxes 

When in Doubt, Throw it Out.

If you are unsure about whether the item can or cannot be recycled, please call 954-967-4526 for guidance. Otherwise, please throw it out in the grey garbage bin to avoid recycling contamination. Contaminated items prevent salvageable material from being recycled. 

General Recycling Guidelines

  • All processable materials should be clean and dry.
  • All recyclable materials must be placed in the blue bin. 
  • Carboard boxes must be flattened and placed in recycling bin. 
  • Remove caps and lids from bottles. 
  • Recycling material should fit in recycling bin. 
  • Bins should be placed out on designated recycling day.
  • Bins should be placed out no sooner than 5 p.m. on the day prior to collection and no later than 7 a.m. on the day of scheduled service.
  • Bins must be returned to storage location no later than 7 p.m. on the day of scheduled service. 

What NOT To Put in the Blue Residential 96 Gallon Container 

  • Plastic Bags 
  • Plastic Utensils 
  • Straws, caps, and lids 
  • Napkins, paper towels, or bath tissue 
  • Aluminum foil 
  • Broken Glass 
  • Electronics 
  • Boxes with food residue and grease
  • Glass from windows, cars, and tables 
  • Styrofoam 
  • Paper plates 
  • Plastic cups
  • Wet paper products