Pride Disposal & Recycling News

Newsletters | May 10, 2019

May-June 2019 Newsletter

We offer a lot of extra services you may not be aware of such as bulky item collection, extra recycling or yard debris carts, and more.

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Newsletters | Mar 10, 2019

March-April 2019 Newsletter

Spring is near and so is yard work. In this newsletter you can read about what can be included in your yard debris cart and what plastics can be recycled curbside.

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Newsletters | Jan 10, 2019

January-February 2019 Newsletter

It is better for the overall recycling system to err on the side of caution. If you’re not 100% sure if an item is recyclable, it should not be included. Check out this newsletter for information on recycling!

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Newsletters | Nov 9, 2018

November-December 2018 Newsletter

Double check your holiday collection schedule, find out when your 2019 calendars will be online, and read about how to dispose of extra garbage, yard debris, and recycling.

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Company News | Nov 1, 2018

Holiday Pajama and Sock Drive

Pride Disposal & Recycling is holding a pajama and sock drive through 11/30/18 for the Tigard Caring Closet.

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Service Updates | Oct 29, 2018

Pumpkin Disposal

As we approach Halloween and you get ready to clean up your decorations, keep in mind that pumpkins can go in your yard debris cart.

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Community | Oct 22, 2018

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We have several breast cancer survivors in the Pride family and we proudly support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Newsletters | Sep 10, 2018

September-October 2018 Newsletter

Tips on recycling your glass and motor oil.

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Company News | Aug 28, 2018

Recycling Markets FAQ

Global changes to the recycling markets are impacting recycling in Oregon and all along the west coast. Read more about this issue and how it impacts your recycling programs locally.

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Newsletters | Aug 28, 2018

July-August 2018 Newsletter

Plastic items may have the recycling symbol on them but that doesn't mean the item is recyclable curbside. The number inside the chasing arrows (pictured below) does not designate whether or not it is recyclable curbside, it only designates what type of plastic the item is made from.

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