Advanced Disposal believes the Earth is a precious resource that requires constant care and attention. And one way to protect it is by recycling responsibly.
You can do your part at home by making sure the materials you put in the cart or bin actually belong there. When that doesn’t happen, environmental service providers and local governments have to spend millions of dollars each year removing items, also called contaminants, that shouldn’t be in the recycling stream or must discard overly contaminated items that could have been recycled.
So what can go in the bin? Cardboard, paper, food boxes, mail, beverage and food cans, glass bottles, glass and plastic jars, jugs, and plastic bottles and caps are all acceptable.
And because Advanced Disposal offers single-stream recycling, no sorting is needed. Customers can mix all approved recyclable items in one container, eliminating the need to sort materials.
It’s just as easy as using the trash can, so there is no reason to not recycle.
Items that are recyclable but should not go in the curbside bin include plastic bags and wraps, electronics, and textiles.
Advanced Disposal is dedicated to finding effective, sustainable solutions to preserve the environment for future generations.
And Advanced Disposal customers can rest assured that operations follow all local, state and federal laws in regard to environmental protection. The company has carefully developed and operate cutting-edge, environmentally safe waste disposal facilities, and continually provides the most up-to-date environmental solutions for non-hazardous waste reduction and disposal.
Remember: a cleaner today means a greener tomorrow.