Recycling Info

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2021 Recycling Dates:

January 5

February 2

March 2 and 30

April 27

May 25

June 22

July 20

August 17

September 14

October 12

November 9

December 7


**Carts should be no more than 3 feet from the curb, at least 3 feet between carts and other objects, and handles should be facing the house**

**For questions about service please call (800) 262-3101**





Accepted Materials (no sorting necessary)

  • Plastic food, beverage, detergent bottles and jugs labeled #1-#7
  • Pill bottles
  • Water bottles
  • Glass bottles (green, brown, and clear)
  • Metal cans
  • Aluminum cans
  • Newspapers and inserts
  • Magazines
  • Catalogs
  • Telephone books
  • Brown paper bags
  • Corrugated cardboard (flattened out and cut in pieces 2' by 3' or smaller)
  • Office paper
  • Copy paper
  • Shredded paper in paper bag
  • File folders
  • File or packing boxes
  • Junk mail
  • Cereal boxes
  • Brown or gray fiber packages (soda cartons, dry food packages, etc.)

What about electronics?

The State of Wisconsin established an electronics recycling law that bans most electronics from landfills and incinerators.  The following electronics are banned from landfills and incinerators and should be recycled:

  • Televisions
  • Computers (desktop, laptop,  notebook and tablet computers)
  • Desktop printers (including those that scan, fax and/or copy)
  • Computer monitors
  • Other computer accessories (including mice, keyboards and speakers)
  • DVD players, VCRs and DVRs
  • Fax machines
  • Cell phones

With electronic devices being used and replaced more than ever before, it is vital we dispose of these items properly.  There are many valuable, reusable materials in electronics that can lessen environmental impacts and economic costs.  Electronics may also contain harmful materials that could pollute our soil and water and impact human health when not disposed of properly.

For a full list of collection sites, visit and search "ecycle".   Your cooperation in this matter benefits you, our community, and ultimately, our planet.