Q: My roll-cart is full and I have more recyclables. What do I do?

A: Applaud yourself for being a super recycler! Then, put any extra recyclables in a container clearly marked “RECYCLABLES”, preferably a box. If you must bag them, make sure the bag is CLEAR so it is not confused as trash. Overflow trash costs, make sure collection crews know it is recyclables and not trash.

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1. Q: Documents for Shredding - Where do I take them?
2. Q: When will my recyclables be collected?
3. Q: How and where can I recycle plastic bags and other stretchy plastics?
4. Q: How do I recycle Shredded Paper? Why can it not go in the bin?
5. Q: What is single stream recycling?
6. Q: Your signs say ‘no plastic bags’; can I put my recyclables in a bag?
7. Q: Batteries and light bulbs: where I can recycle them?
8. Q: Can I recycle my pizza boxes?
9. Q: My roll-cart is full and I have more recyclables. What do I do?
10. Q: Why can’t plastic bags, wraps, etc., be recycled on the curb or at a drop-off site?
11. Q: What questions should I be asking that would help my family become more efficient recyclers?
12. Q: How can I get one those amazing reusable recycling bags for my recycling?
13. Q: What do I need to know to insure that the things I recycle are actually sold to be repurposed?
14. Q: Plastics are confusing, which ones can I recycle?
15. Q: Can caps and lids be left on containers for recycling?
16. Q: What is a Pay-As-You-Throw garbage collection system?
17. Q: What is the biggest mistake residential customers make in recycling?
18. Q: Dog food bags are not recyclable. Why?
19. Q: What is the Waste Minimization Fee?