If you are looking for how to recycle something you've come to the right place! Use the Common Household Items Recycling Tips (XLS) to learn about how you can recycle many of your common household items. The Cardboard Recycling Center is located at 8730 South East 15th Street, they are open from daylight to dark. Located on Jim White Drive, just east of the City Service Center residents can utilize the drop-off facility 7 days a week. There is no fee for this service.

Cardboard being deposited into the recycle bins must be broken-down and free from any food waste. For more information please see the What Can I Recycle? (PDF). If you have batteries or other household hazardous waste to recycle, please visit the Household Hazardous Waste page.

If you have washers, dryers, and other metal objects, such as lawn mowers, grills, etc., please take to Transfer Station on Saturdays only from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. For more information, please visit the Transfer Station page.

Here's a great video (2:28 minutes) produced by PBS News Hour about how single-stream recycling works and why we can't accept plastic bags in your recycling cart.