The following list of clean recyclables must be separated by type and placed in the appropriate bin at the Recycling Center:
Blankets, comforters, sheets, towels (must be clean, dry, in good condition)
Cardboard and chipboard such as cereal boxes, shoe boxes, cardboard egg cartons, mailing tubes, toilet tissue tubes, gift boxes (no waxy refrigerator cartons such as milk and juice cartons or shelf-stable cartons such as soup, soy milk, juice and wine cartons)
Clothing ( must be clean, dry, in good condition)
CRV bottles and cans for redemption (look for CA CASH REFUND on the label)
Household batteries (separate rechargeable from non-rechargeable)
Mixed paper, including white and colored office paper, newspaper, phone books, magazines, and shredded paper in paper bags, paper gift wrap (No paper towels, tissues, used paper plates, paper napkins, waxed paper, plastic gift wrap)
Non-CRV glass bottles and jars (separate colored from clear. No light bulbs, lead crystal, ceramics, knick-knacks, beverage glasses, vases, eye glasses, picture galss, window glass o glass items other than bottles and jars)
Non-CRV Number 1 plastic (PET/PETE) (Clean, numbered "Food Grade" plastic only, such as: food and beverage containers; shampoo, liquid soap, mouthwash and other personal care product containers; laundry product containers. Lids OK. Put black microwave trays in Number 3-7 bin even though labeled Number 1 PET/PETE. )
Non-CRV Number 2 plastic (HDPE) (Clean, numbered "Food Grade" plastic only, such as: food and beverage containers; shampoo, liquid soap and other personal care product containers; laundry product containers. Lids OK. No motor oil containers, tarps, other industrial plastic.
Number 3 through Number 7 plastic (Clean, numbered "Food Grade" containers only, such as yogurt and margarine tubs, microwave trays, produce and meat trays or clamshells; laundy product containers, etc.) Lids OK. No Styrofoam, food-contaminated items, tarps, toys, swimming pools, folding chairs or other non-food plastic items.