All materials brought to the facility for disposal and or voluntary recycling shall be deposited in the numbered or designated containers or locations as the Transfer Station and Recycling Center attendants direct:
#1 & #2: Any type of clean recyclable paper including newspapers, magazines, junk mail, phonebooks, cereal boxes, chip board, all types of bags without plastic liners and all types of cardboard products. No plastic bags.
#3 Aluminum Cans: beer, soda and some types of cat food cans. Put foil products in the green barrel.
#4 Glass Crusher Area: All types of glass bottles with the tops removed.
#5: Steel Cans: any non-aluminum cans also aerosol cans
#6 Plastics: All #1 thru #7, also juice and milk cartons and Styrofoam
#7 Scrap Metal: appliances, tools, water heaters, pipes, ducting; remove all non-metal parts; remove any oil or gasoline from engines or machinery.
#8 Oversized Bulky Waste: fee for disposal.
#9 Freon appliances: fee for disposal, accepted March thru October only.
Doors must be removed. Any stripped Freon appliance will NOT be accepted unless certified by a licensed Technician that the item is not hazardous to the environment.
#10 Propane tanks: 20lb or larger fee for disposal.
#11 Construction Materials: fee for disposal
#12 Waste Oil and batteries (household and automotive) Oil must be in clear or semi-clear one-gallon jugs with name and address on it. No water, antifreeze or gasoline mix.
#13 Household Trash and small amounts of C&D waste
Tires: Accepted the first full weekend of each month, limit four (4) per household with no rims and not larger than 16.5.
Leaf, Yard Waste and Manure: also hay, plants, saw dust and no brush.
Burn Pile: any unpainted, untreated wood, brush five (5) inches or less in diameter. All loads going to the burn pile must be inspected first by an attendant. No stumps.
Swap Shop: usable and clean items only; no clothing, bedding materials, tires, paints, stuffed animals or broken appliances.
Textile Box: clean usable fabrics or clothing; must be bagged.