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#1 PET or PETE (polyethylene terephthalate) - Soft drink cans; mouthwash, water, and beer bottles; peanut butter containers. - Salad and vegetable oil containers; food jars.#2 HDPE (high density polyethylene) - Milk jugs; juice bottles; bleach, detergent, and household cleaner bottles. - Oil bottles; shampoo bottles; butter and yogurt tubs; toys. #3 Vinyl or PVC - Window cleaner and detergent bottles; cooking oil bottles; garbage cans.#4 LDPE (low density polythylene) - Food storage containers; squeezable bottles; dry cleaning and shopping bags.#5 PP (polypropylene) - Some yougurt containers; syrup bottles; ketchup bottles; caps; medicine bottles.#6 PS (polystyrene) - Meat trays; egg cartons; aspirin bottles; some food containers; CD cases; toys. - Clean food trays, plastic cups, throwaway utensils, plastic (NO STYROFOAM). #7 Miscellanious - Plastic containers, plates, and utensils; 3 and 5 gallon water bottles. - Aluminum, tin or steel cans; paper; newspaper; magazines; junk mail. - Glass; dry cardboard (boxes must be broken down).
Carton RecyclingShelf stable cartons - Juice; milk; soy and grain milk; soup and broth; wine.Refrigerated cartons - Milk; juice; cream; egg substitutes; soy and grain milk.