Recycling

As customers of Waste Management residents of Strath Haven Condominiums enjoy Single-Stream Recycling. All of you recyclables, except for newspapers and cardboard can be placed together in the same recycling bins!

  • Newspapers (including all inserts), Magazines and catalogs and Junk mail.
  • Cardboard and paperboard boxes (including cereal boxes without liners).
  • Computer printouts, Office paper (including typing, fax, copy, letterhead, NCR) and envelopes.
  • Books (including paperbacks, textbooks (with covers removed), softbacks and telephone books).
  • Brown paper bags (kraft).
  • Glass food and beverage containers such as jars and bottles (Ferrous and bimetal food and beverage containers
  • Non-metalic wrapping paper
  • Aluminum food and beverage containers, aluminum foil and aluminum pie pans.
  • Narrow-neck plastic containers (other than for motor oil) carry plastic resin identification code 1 through 7
  • Wide-mouth containers such as peanut butter, margarine/butter tubs, yogurt, cottage cheese, yogurt, sour cream, mayonnaise, whipped topping, and peanut butter. Rigid plastics which include plastic milk/soda crates, plastic buckets with metal handles, plastic laundry baskets, plastic lawn furniture, plastic totes, plastic drums, plastic coolers, plastic flower pots, plastic 5-gallon water bottles, plastic pallets, and empty plastic garbage/recycling bins.
  • All containers must be cleaned/washed out
  • Aseptic/gable-top milk and juice cartons

Short List of Materials Not Accepted:

  • Wax coated paper or cardboard.
  • Any material with substantial food debris (small trace amounts of food residue is ok).
  • Plastic films of any kind (garbage bags, stretch film, grocery bags, packaging, etc).
  • Batteries of any kind. (go to http://www.wmlamptracker.com)
  • Styrofoam of any kind.
  • Light bulbs of any kind. (go to http://www.wmlamptracker.com)
  • Mirrors, window or auto glass, porcelain, ceramics, glass cookware/bake ware, microwave oven trays, drinking glasses, perfume/cologne bottles.
  • Wood or Yard Waste.
  • Coat hangers, Wire.
  • Household items such as toasters, cookware, bake ware, electronics, appliances, etc.
  • Hazardous or toxic substances.
  • Items containing or having debris and residue containing hazardous or toxic substances such as paint cans with wet paint, motor oil containers, gasoline cans, glue, petroleum products, etc.

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