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Make Every Page Count! Paper can be recycled 5-7 times before being used for products like egg cartons or insulation. Recycle paper and help preserve our planet's resources πŸ“°πŸ’ͺπŸ”„


Yes, recycle paper!Β 

Paper is an essential resource and recycling paper saves trees, water & energy!

βœ…πŸ”„Recycle printer paper and cardboard in your curbside recycling bin.Β 

❌🚫Don’t let food and liquids ruin your aluminum and other recyclables. Protect our resources and always keep recycling empty, clean & dry!Β 

❌🚫 Don't put shredded paper or bagged materials in your curbside bin. 



πŸŽ†It's almost 4th of July!πŸŽ†

This Independence Day, let's celebrate with sparkle and responsibility! ✨ Remember:

Do NOT toss fireworks or their packaging in your recycling bin. They're not recyclable and can be dangerous. πŸš«β™»οΈ

Quick Tip: Check with your city for safe disposal options to keep our celebrations green and safe. πŸŒŽπŸ’š

Let's enjoy a spectacular and sustainable 4th of July! πŸŽ‰


🚫πŸ’₯ Recycling Alert: Keep Fireworks Out of Your Recycling Bins! πŸ’₯🚫

Hey, community! As we enjoy the spectacular displays of fireworks lighting up our skies, let's remember the importance of proper disposal. 🌌✨

Fireworks and their packaging should NEVER go into your curbside recycling bins. Here's why:

Safety First: Used or unused, fireworks can contain hazardous materials that pose a serious safety risk to our waste management teams and facilities. πŸ”₯

Contamination: Firework casings and packaging can contaminate the recycling stream, making it harder to recycle other materials effectively.

Protect Our Planet: Proper disposal helps us keep harmful materials out of landfills and ensures a safer, cleaner environment for all. πŸŒπŸ’š