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default map pin icon 8th Ave. NW, Milk River, AB, CA
Expanded listing for: Milk River Community Recycling Trailer
Hours of Operation

access to bins 24/7

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Description: Community Recycling Trailer located near the Milk River Bottle Depot located on 8th Ave. NW Accepted Materials: Newspapers and Magazines - Includes inserts, all glossy magazines, small catalogues (1/2” thick). Not in plastic bags. Tin Cans - Wash thoroughly, top lid slightly attached and pushed inward, labels can remain. Do not crush. Clear Glass Jars - Must be clean, no colored glass, lids must be removed (put metal lids in with tin cans), no glass, chinaware, porcelain or ceramics. Labels need not be removed. Plastic jugs, bottles and food containers - Clean plastic jugs, bottles and food containers/lids with the recycling symbol 1-7 (please note: foam cups, garbage/shopping bags or packaging are not accepted).

default map pin icon 5601 SE 66th Street, Ocala, FL 34480, USA
Expanded listing for: Baseline Recycling Center
Hours of Operation

Baseline Recycling Center Hours of operation are: Monday thru Saturday 7 am to 5 pm and Open Sunday 9 am to 7 pm.

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Description: Residents that Pay the Solid Waste Assessment to Marion County can use anyone of the 18 Recycling Centers at no charge. Residents can bring in thier household garbage and recyclables, plus other items. Items accepted for recycling include: Glass bottles sorted by color, rinsed, lids removed Accepting All Plastics: all plastics #1 through #5 and #7. No number #6 - Sorry No Styrofoam. Newspaper and inserts, loose or bundled Magazines and junk mail Clean corrugated cardboard, no wax coated and please flatten boxes Aluminum cans and clean aluminum foil Rinsed tin cans now go into the scrap metal box Used motor oil and oil filters (5 gallons or less per visit accepted in 1 gallon containers) Household and automotive batteries Latex paint (5 gallons or less per visit) Textiles - Clothes and shoes Yard waste (2 cubic yards per day per resident; under 4 inch diameter and 4 feet long accepted) Scrap metal and appliances--NO COMMERCIAL Sharps (In approved bio-hazard containers in the kiosks.) NO mattresses or box springs are accepted Electronic Equipment is Acceptable at the Recycling Centers as long it can safely go into the Compactor Boxes. Oversized Electronics will need to be brought to the Baseline Landfill for Proper Disposal. No Business generated E-waste accepted. NO furniture except on designated days

default map pin icon 13247 N. Hwy 27, Ocala, FL 34478, USA
Expanded listing for: Blitchton Recycling Center
Hours of Operation

Blitchton Recycling Center Hours of Operation are: Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 7 am to 5 pm. & Friday and Sunday from 9 am to 7 pm.

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Description: Residents that pay the Solid Waste Assessment can use anyone of the 18 different Recycling Centers through out the County at NO Charge.Items accepted for recycling include: Glass bottles sorted by color, rinsed, lids removed Accepting All Plastics: all plastics #1 through #5 and #7. No number #6 - Sorry No Styrofoam. Newspaper and inserts, loose or bundled Magazines and junk mail Clean corrugated cardboard, no wax coated and please flatten boxes Aluminum cans and clean aluminum foil Rinsed tin cans now go into the scrap metal box Used motor oil and oil filters (5 gallons or less per visit accepted in 1 gallon containers) Household and automotive batteries Latex paint (5 gallons or less per visit) Textiles - Clothes and shoes Yard waste (2 cubic yards per day per resident; under 4 inch diameter and 4 feet long accepted) Scrap metal and appliances--NO COMMERCIAL Sharps (In approved bio-hazard containers in the kiosks.) NO mattresses or box springs are accepted Electronic Equipment is Acceptable at the Recycling Centers as long it can safely go into the Compactor Boxes. Oversized Electronics will need to be brought to the Baseline Landfill for Proper Disposal. No Business generated E-waste accepted. NO furniture except on designated days