Reduce it....Reuse it....Recycle it
Reliable Sanitation provides a recycling program. We pick up all recyclables co-mingled.
Meaning all collections go in the same truck.
Then taken to a facility that separates the items for us.
We applaud your efforts and concern for our environment.
Below are the guidelines you need to follow
Corrugated cardboard boxes:
Please cut up and flatten all boxes (Newspaper , mixed paper, junk mail inserts, cereal boxes)
We accept all glass. Please rinse and clean all glass. Remove all tops. (Aluminum drink cans Tin cans)
Plastic bottles, milk cartons, and small plastic containers need to be cleaned out, but tops and labels can remain on them.
All plastic, aluminum and glass must be rinsed out thoroughly to avoid items contamination.
Please remove all lids from plastic, glass, and metal items.
Recyclable items must be placed inside the recycle cart.
The 95-gallon cart is for your household garbage. This garbage will be emptied once weekly.
Household garbage includes any waste generated on a daily basis. This excludes vehicle parts, hazardous waste, liquid paint, motor oil or other unacceptable materials.
All waste should be placed in the cart.
It is very important to have your container at the curb the night before your pick up day.
Carts should be rinsed out periodically to help maintain sanitary conditions.
For sanitary reasons, use a plastic bag for all trash.
If you have styrofoam packing material, known as "peanuts" or any light items for example plastic grocery bags which could easily blow away, please secure these types of items in a bag before placing in the cart so the material will not blow out and litter the streets and neighborhoods.
Please do not throw away any cans with liquid paint in them.
No motor oil or car batteries are to be placed in the cart.
Please do not put hot ashes or coals in the container as it could cause the container or garbage truck to catch on fire.
2013 Recycling Weeks
2013 Holiday Schedule
New Year's Day- January 1st