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- Hard to Recycle Materials
Hard-to-recycle materials are those items that typically end up in a landfill (and shouldn’t be there!). This is designed for the committed recycler like you who is willing to go that extra mile to recycle everything you can.
With efforts like yours, we’re keeping more resources out of landfills, preventing toxins from entering our soil and groundwater, and preserving natural resources for generations to come. These tips will help you to clean out your storage space, closets and other cluttered spaces.
For guidance on how to dispose of your hard-to-recycle materials that aren't listed below, please go to the Zero Waste Guide.
Used Clothing, shoes, household items, bedding, dishes, decorator items, pots & pans, kid’s toys, furniture, record albums, CD’s, Small Appliances, Antiques, and Jewelry, etc.
630 24 1/2 Rd
1909 N. 1st St.
Clothing for the whole family, household items and furniture.
710 N. 1st
An outlet for all of your in-season, in-style clothing for men, women, & children.
They offer a $ amount or higher value in trade in the store.
635 Main St.
Clothing for adults, household items, furniture, & sm. appliances.
A no-cost pick-up service is available for large items.
1235 N. 4th (main office)
240 North Ave.
1129 Colorado Av Ste. 109
Needles are only accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Facility.
240 W Park Drive
No liquid medications.
2373 G Rd. Ste. 120