Clean glass bottles and jars
Please do not break your glass.
Empty and rinse containers and remove lids. No windows, ceramics, mirrors, plates, glasses or light bulbs.
Mixed Recycling Bin
Mail, envelopes, newspaper, magazines, catalogs, phone books, paper boxes (cereal boxes, etc.), gift wrap
Paper Food Containers
Empty and clean paper cups, cartons, frozen food boxes
Plastic Bottles and Containers
Plastic cups, bottles, jugs and dairy tubs (clean, empty, no caps or lids)
Metal Cans and Containers
Empty and clean aluminum, steel and tin cans and containers (no lids, aerosol cans okay if empty)
Place Next to Bins
Flatten all cardboard.
Bundle and place next to recycling bins. No larger than 3 x 3 feet.
Place used motor oil in plastic one-gallon containers that have screw on caps.
There is no limit on the amount of clean recyclables you can set out for curbside collection. Put recyclables that don't fit in your bins in a bag or cardboard boxes (limit 3'x3'x3') placed close to the bins.
Recycling and preventing waste can sometimes reduce garbage enough for residents to order a smaller garbage container for a lower rate.
Empty clean recyclables out of bags and boxes and put them loose in your bins so that they can be easily identified and sorted at the recycling center .
Do Not Place These Items In Recycling
NO plastic bags in recycling. (Reuse or recycle at grocery stores).
NO shredded paper in recycling. Paper mills don't want shredded paper and shredded paper is difficult to sort from other recyclables.
Where to Recycle?
Drob box locations:
- McDonalds, 2721 W. Kennewick Ave and Highway 395
- 7th and Washington Street (a gravel parking lot, down street from the WM Hauling site)
- Richland Fire Station - Gage / Keene behind Albertsons
- Waste Management Transfer Station, 2627 S. Ely Street
- Clayton Ward Recycling, 119 E. Albany
- Pacific Recycling, 1615 E. Chemical Drive
For tough recycling questions, please email them to email@example.com and we can provide guidance based on your specific area.