New Addition to Whats Recyclable in Residential Collection

We’re happy to report that effective immediately, Westchester County has expanded it’s accepted recycling materials to now include beverage cartons (aka gable-top containers). Such recyclable cartons consist predominantly of cardboard and include waxy cartons used for juice and milk; soup and broth; cream; and egg substitutes.

So, now in addition to glass, metals and plastics coded #1- #7 (look carefully on the bottom of all containers) that we should be putting into our commingled recycling bins, we should be adding beverage cartons to that day’s pick-up.

This addition also includes shelf stable containers like tetra bricks, but excludes ice cream gallon/pint containers (unless they are #4-#7 designated).

For more information…in the Village of Ossining, you can check out the DPW’s Facebook page, or call them at (914) 941-4660.   For the Village of Briarcliff Manor: (914) 941-9105.

http://environment.westchestergov.com/resident-recycling

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