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Single-family residents can recycle all of these items curbside in their recycle cart:

  • Plastic food containers, beverage containers, detergent bottles, cleaning containers, all plastics that are labeled 1 - 7  Labels do not need to be removed. Plastic bags are accepted.
  • Styrofoam: Plastic Category #6 (Large styrofoam items need to be broken up and placed inside the blue bins.)
  • Glass bottles and jars; please place tops/lids in garbage; labels do not need to be removed
  • Newspapers and inserts, craft paper, paper towel cores (on rainy days, please hold until next collection day)
  • Magazines, catalogs, paperback books & telephone books
  • Shredded paper must be bagged
  • Brown paper bags (can also be used to hold excess recyclables)
  • Corrugated cardboard (flattened and cut in pieces 2' by 3' or smaller)
  • Metal and aluminum cans, empty areosol cans, aluminum baking tins
  • Steel Food containers
  • Paperboard cartons and boxes (including milk, juice, broth, soup and other food and drink containers).
Note: Single-stream, automated recycling collection with large recycle carts (with yellow lids) are provided to residential customers in areas serviced by Core-City, Republic (dba as Southland Waste Systems) (SWS) and Waste Pro (WP). The area serviced by Advanced Disposal (ADS) maintains non-automated collections of blue recycle bins. You may check online to verify if Core-City, SWS or WP is your service area.  

Please call (904) 630-CITY (2489) for assistance with your collection schedules.
Confused about all the types and sizes of batteries? Fact sheet about how to properly dispose of various batteries commonly used around the home.

To request collection service or report a problem with collection, please call (904) 630-CITY (2489) or visit 630-CITY online