Recycling containers are available from the Borough office at a cost of $13.00.
The containers are 25 gallons and meet all the requirements for the recycling program.
Residents may use a recycling container (or multiple containers) of choice no larger than 33-gallons. Containers are to be marked for recycling. Stickers are available at the Borough office at no cost. DO NOT place recyclables in plastic bags in your recycle bin. Recyclables must be kept un-bagged and loose in the recycle bin.
Acceptable recycling materials are as follows:
- Corrugated cardboard – This includes any size material consisting of a fluted corrugated sheet, like shipping boxes or packing boxes. Flatten all boxes and remove packaging including Styrofoam, peanuts, bubble wrap and plastic liners. DO NOT put paperboard (cereal boxes, shoe boxes) in the recycling container. All corrugated cardboard must be flattened and kept dry.
- Plastic bottles & jugs with necks – This includes plastic bottles, jars, jugs and anything else with a neck smaller than its base. Throw away the lid and rinse out any residue. All other plastic material is considered trash. Ignore the numbers, as they do not indicate if something is recyclable. Do not put plastic bags, toys, buckets, packaging, Styrofoam, hosing, furniture, or other plastic items in the bin.
- Metal food and beverage cans – This includes all food and beverage cans made from aluminum or steel. Throw away the lids and rinse out any residue. Do Not put metal hangers, cooking pots and pans or other scrap metal like foil and pie plates in the bin.
- Glass jars and bottles – This includes clear, green and brown glass bottles and jars. Throw away the lids and rinse out any residue. Do Not put light bulbs, dishes, glassware, window or automotive glass, vases or any other glass material in the bin.
- Newspaper – must be kept dry
No other materials can be accepted for recycling.