Newspapers no longer have to be kept dry when they are placed at the curb, therefore the recycling container is not required to have a lid.
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The recyclable for this week is shown on our homepage. View the recycling calendar (PDF).
You can call the South County Transfer Station at 716-665-6894 to find out their hours.
Corrugated cardboard is defined as “two pieces of heavy paper (usually brown) with a wavy layer in between them.” It is a mandatory recyclable item and must be placed at the curb.
The following is how to recycle specific kinds of cardboard:
Yard Waste should be brought to the Monroe Street Yard Waste Site, located off 8th Street. Visit the Yard Waste page to view more details.
These items may be recycled with newspapers along with junk mail and office paper.
Hard cover books may be discarded in the trash.
The Board of Public Utilities (BPU) no longer recycles glass.
Currently, the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) does not recycle Styrofoam and it should be placed in the trash.