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What can be recycled?

PLASTICS:  Only #1 and  #2 and  #3 Plastics.  Examples:  milk jugs, shampoo bottles, water bottles, water softener salt bags, etc.

GLASS:    Only Green, Brown and Clear.  Examples: pickle jars, spaghetti sauce jars, beer bottles, olive jars, etc.  Absolutely NO window glass as it has been treated and cannot be recycled.

METAL:  Metal, Bi-Metal Food and Aluminum cans.  Please rinse and make sure they are as free of food debris as possible.

PAPER:  Copy Paper, school paper, newspapers, telephone books, catalogs, magazines, junk mail, corrugated cardboard and paperboard (cereal boxes) and hard backed books (do not need to remove cover).

ITEMS WE CANNOT and DO NOT ACCEPT:

NO – Trash/Rubbish

NO – Building Materials of any kind

NO – Carpet

NO – incadescent light bulbs, ceramics, motor oil containers, anti-freeze containers, napkins, paper plates, paper towels, fascial tissues, toilet paper, cardboard pizza boxes w/food debris.

*All recyclables can be put in a bag or a box and dropped off at our public Recycling Sites.  There is no need to seperate your recyclables.

Locations:

New Castle: -South 25th & Broad Street (New Castle Transit Station)
– West side of North 12th Street (directly opposite the New Castle Police Department)

Knightstown:  Waste Water Treatment Plant (Jeffereson Street and County Road 1200 North)  –  Hours Mon-Fri 8 am – 5 pm and Sat. 7:30 am – 10:30 am

Mt. Summit:  Closed Temporarily

Middletown: Behind Municipal building on Locust Street.

Mooreland: Behind grocery store at corner of Mills Street & Cory Street

New Lisbon: Beside Fire Dept./Post Office at Wilbur Wright Rd and County Road 500 South

Springport:  Lot across from Post Office on South side of Main Street

Straughn: US 40 East/Post Office parking lot

Sulphur Springs: Behind Post Office on Meridian Street