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www.wm.com/thinkgreen/what-can-i-recycle.jsp

Electronics that are obsolete, broken, and destined for recycling or disposal are sometimes called "e-waste". There are many chemical and mineral elements in e-waste. A circuit board contains copper, gold, silver, platinum and palladium, as well as lead. If recycled properly, this waste is a valuable source of secondary raw materials.

www0.wm.com/wm/services/RecyclableItems.pdf

RECYCLING NON-ACCEPTABLE ITEMS Aluminum foil Auto glass or ceramics Batteries Film canisters Light bulbs Painted wood Paper towels Plastic grocery bags (Please return to your supermarket) Plastic wrap Porcelain Styrofoam Treated wood Waste Management Inc. 2005 4/13/2005 Empty aerosol cans

www.americandisposal.com/blog/the-rundown-on-plastic-6...

The Rundown on Plastic #6 (Styrofoam) If you look at the bottom of a Styrofoam cup you will find a universal recycling symbol with the number 6 in the center, denoting the type of plastic from which the cup is made.

www.keenforgreen.com/b/styrofoam-recyclable

Many times people assume Styrofoam is recyclable, especially if it has a recycling symbol and number on the piece. Packaging pieces and Dunkin Donut cups keep appearing more and more mixed in with single stream and glass/plastics recycling. The truth is most forms of Styrofoam are recyclable, yes surprisingly it is.

www.wmnorthwest.com/guidelines/styrofoam.htm

Styro Recycle is the only business in the area that you can drop off polystyrene foam blocks for free which will be recycled into new plastic. They are located at 23418 68th Ave S. in Kent and are open Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Only clean, white polystyrene foam blocks can be recycled; no cups, food trays, foam sheeting or plastic wrap.

www.sanantonio.gov/swmd/Recycling/Materials

Solid Waste Management Department. sa.Gov Home > Solid Waste Management > Recycling Collection > Recycling Accepted And Not Accepted Materials. Recycling Accepted And Not Accepted Materials. SWMD Home; About Us . About SWMD Services; ... Styrofoam® food containers (take-out trays and cups) Glass. bottles - all colors (beverage bottles) ...

dec.vermont.gov/waste-management/solid/materials-mgmt/...

Some of these materials, however, can be recycled elsewhere! 3. Ask your waste district, town, or hauler what else you can recycle. You may be able to recycle other items in your town. Contact your waste district or town or hauler to learn more. Find transfer stations or recycling centers near you using the Materials Management Map.

www.wm.com/customer-service/residential-recycling-faq.jsp

Waste Management tailors specific recycling programs for each municipality we serve. For this reason, programs may vary not only by area, but also by community. Why doesn't Waste Management provide recycling in my community or city? Procuring recycling services is the responsibility of the municipality.

reno.wm.com/recycling-facts-and-tips

Recycling Facts and Tips. Recycling Rules. 1) ... As your community partner, Waste Management is committed to helping keep the City of Reno clean. Recycling is an easy way to protect our environment and ensure the wellbeing of our community for generations to come. Active participation of the community is the key to a successful program.

wmnorthwest.com/comguidelines/pdf/recyclingguidelines.pdf

service. Remind them that recycling can reduce waste disposal costs. If service is in place, discuss how to increase visibility and participation. To set up recycling collection service go to: www.wmnorthwest.com or call 1-800-592-9995. To schedule a waste assessment or employee training contact our Outreach Coordinator, at recyclenw@wm.com