RECYCLING for Pick-up & Drop-Off Centers

Place all recyclable items together in your Single Stream Container. Items must be loose! Do not place in plastic bags!

Aluminum

What can be Recycled

Cans, Pie Tins (crushed) & Clean Aluminum Foil.


Cleaning & Preperation
Rinse Clean

What can't be recycled (garbage)
Food Containers

Glass

What can be Recycled
Bottles (any color)
Jars (any color)

Cleaning & Preperation
Rinse Clean
Remove and Recycle Lids & Caps

What can't be recycled (garbage)
Windows, Mirrors, Light bulbs, Dishes or Ceramics

 

Plastic

What can be Recycled

Milk, Soda and Detergent Bottles. Any Containers Marked #1 through #7

Cleaning & Preperation

Rinse Clean
Remove and Recycle Lids & Caps

What can't be recycled (garbage)
Oil Bottles
Styrofoam
Hard Plastic
Syringes
Plastic Film, Plates & Plastic Bags

Scrap Metal, Tin & Steel Cans

What can be Recycled

Steel Aerosol Cans (must be empty—no caps), Food  & Pet Food Cans, Metal Pots, Pans & Utensils, Small Metal Household Appliances (toaster, blenders, etc.), Small Metal Plumbing Fixtures & Pipes (faucets, valves & pipes 2”-12” long) & Misc. Scrap (limit  2ft x 2ft; 35lbs)


Cleaning & Preperation
Rinse Clean

What can't be recycled (garbage)
Cardboard-Sided Cans

All Paper Products

What can be Recycled
Newspapers, Magazines, Cardboard, Card Stock, Office Paper, Books-hardcover (covers removed), Envelopes, Cereal & Food and Beverages Boxes, Computer Printouts, File Folders, Glued Pads, Tablets, Phone Books, Post-it Notes, Milk & Juice Cartons, Wrapping Paper (no foil or ribbon), Junk Mail, Shredded Paper (must be in paper bag & stapled close), Empty Paper Towel & Toilet Paper Rolls.

 

Cleaning & Preperation
Break Down all Large Items to Maximize Space.

What can't be recycled (garbage)
Bathroom Waste Paper, Carbon Paper, Cellophane, Cloth, Cork, Foil, Waxed anything, Candy Wrappers, Napkins, Photographs, Fiberboard, Labels and Label Backings.

Attention: Wisconsin Adm. Codes NR 502.06 requires licensed waste haulers to notify clients yearly that State and Local laws require everyone in Wisconsin to recycle newspaper, magazines, cardboard, food and beverage containers, tires, yard waste, appliances, motor oil, lead acid batteries and office paper.
Call or send an E-mail if you have any questions:
Phone: 715-477-0077
E-mail: info@eaglewasteandrecycling.com
Select Drop-Off Sites for cost of recycled materials for each center.
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