Recyclable Materials

  1. Metal Cans
  2. Paper
  3. Plastic
  4. Scrap Metal
  5. Glass
  6. E-Waste (Electronics)

Metal food and beverage containers can be recycled through the Curbside Program and through Self Haul to the transfer stations.

How to Recycle Metal Food & Beverage Cans

  • Empty, Clean & Dry.
  • The container must be rinsed clean and dried before placing it in the recycling bag.
  • You do not have to remove labels from cans, this is done in the recycling process.
  • Remove the lid and place inside of the can
  • No spray "aerosol" or paint cans, they are recycled through the Hazardous Waste program.
  • Only metal food and beverage cans go in your recycle bag. Larger metal items can be recycled through the drop off scrap metal program at the transfer stations.

What to Recycle

Do Recycle These
Do Not Recycle TheseTips
Recycle vegetable cans.Do not recycle aluminum foil.
  • Foil is often contaminated and our recycling center does not currently accept it.
Recycle soda cans.Do not recycle aluminum pans.
  • Infinitely recyclable.

Do not recycle aerosol cans.
  • Any hazardous waste items must be disposed of through the hazardous waste program. 

Why Recycle Metal Cans

  • Steel cans may be recycled infinitely with no loss of quality. Unlike glass, paper or plastic, metal is in limited supply, putting extra importance on recycling.
  • Two-thirds of all new steel manufactured comes from recycled steel, meaning one-third must still come from virgin material.