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Chipboard & Boxboard, Paper Bags, Paperback & Phone Books, Catalogs & Magazines, Junk Mail (anything that tears), Newspapers, Cardboard, Cartonboard (such as cereal boxes and shoe boxes), Frozen Food Packages, Dairy & Juice Containers, Office and School Paper, Plastic Bottles and Containers (Recycle Codes 1 and 2 only - typically marked on the bottom of the container), Aluminum Cans, Tin Cans, Steel and Bi-Metal Cans, Lids from Jars, Bottle Tops from Coke, Milk.
Construction & Demolition Materials, Large Automotive Parts, Tires, White Goods, Appliances containing Freon, Medical Wastes, Hazardous Wastes (Automotive Fluids, Garden Chemicals, Paint Products, Cleaners, etc.), Electronics, Materials from Floods, Fires or Evictions, Glass, Plastic Bags (grocery bags, plastic bags that cereal comes in, garbage bags, etc.), Styrofoam, Hardcover Books, Photos, Tissue Paper, Hand Towels and Toilet Paper. No garbage of any kind, no plastic bags or other "tanglers" such as Christmas lights, cords, ropes.