An Introduction to Recycling
What is Recycling and Why Should I Do It?
Recycling means separating, collecting, processing, marketing and ultimately using
a material that would have been thrown away. This morning's newspaper can be recycled
for another morning's news or other paper products.
- Recycling reduces our dependence on landfills and incinerators.
- Recycling protects our health and environment.
- Recycling conserves our natural resources
What You Can Recycle
-- Newspaper, office paper, cardboard and other paper types
-- Bottles and jars (clear, green and brown) but PLEASE remove the lids
Aluminum & Steel Cans
-- Beverage and food containers
Used Motor Oil
-- Car crank case oil
-- Soda bottles, milk jugs, etc. (just about any plastic with a neck)
Small Rechargeable Batteries/Electronics
-- Computers, Monitors, Radios, Small household appliances and more. For
more information, call the Recycling office at 423-209-6480
What You Can Do
Reduce the amount
of garbage you generate by purchasing and using products wisely.
Recycle all materials