Winter Garden Recycling

posted Jun 19, 2010, 10:00 AM by admin@stonecresthoa.com Stone Crest Admin.   [ updated Jun 19, 2010, 10:03 AM ]

From the City of Winter Garden....

New list of acceptable recycling items

Please be more selective with the collection of items in your recycling bins/carts. 

Common contaminants are currently being placed in the recycling bins/carts - causing a delay normal pickup times and days when the City’s pickup crew sort the recycling items at the curb.

What you need to know

  • The City will not collect any recyclables in plastic bags. 
  • Place acceptable items directly in recycling bins/carts or in brown paper bags. 
  • Unacceptable items placed in the recycling bins/carts will be placed in the residents’ trash receptacle, if easily accessible, or adjacent to the recycling bins/carts. 
  • The City may be able to provide additional bins for residents, if needed.

Residential Recycling Program

Acceptable?

Yes
Pasteboard (e.g. Cereal Boxes, Shoe Boxes, Paper Towel Rolls, Toilet Paper Rolls, etc)
Newspapers
Magazines
Junk Mail
Office Paper
Corrugated cardboard (flattened and cut down to no larger than 3ft. by 3 ft.)
Brown Paper Grocery Bags
Catalogs
Telephone Books
Empty Aerosol Cans
Aluminum & Tin Cans (No Lids)
Glass Bottles & Jars (No Lids)
Drink Boxes & Milk/Juice Cartons
All Plastic Containers (No Lids)
   #1 or #2 Symbol
Plastic Bottles (No Caps)
   #3 through #7 with a Neck

No
Plastic Bags (e.g. Grocery Bags, Garbage Bags, Food Storage, Cereal, etc)* Check your with your local grocery store for plastic bag recycling.
Pizza Boxes
Partially Full Aerosol Cans
Light Bulbs
Window Glass
Glass Cookware
Drinking Glasses
Polystyrene Foam (e.g. Styrofoam, Egg Cartons, etc.)
Empty Toxic Chemical Containers (e.g. Motor Oil, Pool Chemicals, Pesticides, Paint, etc)
Cell Phones
Wire Hangers
Syringes
Aluminum Foil
Toys
Packing Material
Shredded Paper


CLICK HERE to visit the City’s Solid Waste & Recycling webpage and learn more about Keeping Our Garden Green.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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