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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).


NO – Trash/Rubbish

NO – Building Materials of any kind

NO – Carpet

NO – incandescent light bulbs, ceramics, motor oil containers, anti-freeze containers, napkins, paper plates, paper towels, facial 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 separate your recyclables.


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

Sulphur Springs: Behind Post Office on Meridian Street