What can I recycle with ReUnite?
Plastics listed as #1-#7. This includes rigid plastic bottles where the neck is smaller than the body (cap and neck ring ok) and food tubs 5 gallons or smaller. Liquid and food residue must be removed. Labels are ok.
Styrofoam products, plastic bags, motor oil or chemical containers, plastic plates, cups or eating utensils, straws, plastic film (grocery sacks), metal of any kind, bulky rigid plastics larger than 5 gallons, flower pots, k-cups, and candy wrappers.
Empty, clean aluminum and tin cans. Please flatten if you can.
Cans with liquids or food residue.
Mail, magazines, catalogs, telephone directories, hardcover and paperback books, molded paper egg cartons, newspaper, paper towel rolls and inserts, and newsprint packing paper.
Paper plates, coffee cups, paper towels or tissues, soiled or wet paper, napkins, wax coated milk and juice cartons, or ice cream containers.
Clean and dry corrugated cardboard and paper board packaging (e.g. cereal and frozen dinner boxes, shoe boxes). Please flatten.
Wet cardboard, or cardboard that has food or other residue on it.
Empty and clean, clear, green, blue, and brown bottles and jars. Labels are ok.
Light bulbs, pyrex, mirrors, picture glass, window glass, drinking glass, perfume bottles, dishes and cups, vases, porcelain products, glass bottles and jars with liquids or food residue.
Acceptable: Electronics include (but are not limited to) phones, cameras, household appliances, computer accessories including the computer itself monitor and cords, home electronics like game systems, televisions, and digital media players. Cell phone batteries, laptop batteries, UPS batteries, lead acid batteries (car, boat, RV, Motorcycle, alarm systems, etc.)
Unacceptable: Alkaline batteries, VCR tapes, audio cassettes, or smoke detectors.
Everything from bikes to tennis rackets to ice skates and roller skates. As long as the equipment is in decent condition, we can probably take it.
Unacceptable: Sporting equipment in very poor condition will not be accepted.
Metal items like aluminum foil and pie plates, tin cans, steel/iron, copper, brass, other aluminum, pots and pans, baking tins, ironing boards, hangers, metal shelving, metal patio furniture, metal ladders, guttering, piping, fencing, cutlery, knives, scissors, staplers, garbage disposals, propane tanks, metal car parts, and tools.
Unacceptable: Metal items with food or liquid residue.