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Yes! But not in your blue bin. Many places around the city accept various textile materials for recycling or as donations. Search here to find a location that works for you.
Yes! But not in your blue bin or any alley dumpsters. The City usually hosts an annual holiday tree recycling program following Christmas day and running through the second week of January. Through this, trees can be dropped off at one of three parks for free or put out for bulk pickup. Wreaths and pine […]
Yes! But not in your blue bin. TVs and other corded electronics can be picked up during your scheduled monthly bulk pickup. Learn how bulk pickup works. TVs can also be dropped off for recycling at Operation Brightside’s Recycling Center located at 1660 S. Kingshighway 63110. Please call 314-664-1450 or visit www.earthcirclerecycling.com for details and […]
Yes! If it is cardboard, it should be placed in your blue bin.
Yes! Well usually most of it. If your pizza box is soaked in grease and food remnants, simply tear off the top portion of the box for recycling. If the box is clean, break it down and toss the whole thing in your blue bin!
Unfortunately, aerosol cans (hairspray, spray paint, cooking oil spray) must go in the trash. If they still have contents inside, please take them to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility for proper disposal.
Yes! All of your paper junk mail (windowed envelopes, glossy magazines and newspapers) should be tossed in your blue bin.
Yes! You can recycle all magazines, glossy or not, in your blue bin.
Yes! Clean aluminum containers and foil are recyclable.