Pride Disposal & Recycling News

Newsletters | Sep 10, 2018

September-October 2018 Newsletter

Tips on recycling your glass and motor oil.

View/Download the Newsletter
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.

Learn More
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.

View/Download the Newsletter
Events | Aug 10, 2018

Saturday Recycling & Paper Shredding Event

When? Saturday, September 8th, 9:00am to 12:00pm

Where? Pride Recycling Depot at 13980 SW Tualatin-Sherwood Rd

Learn More
Community | Aug 10, 2018

What do the recycle numbers mean?

Plastic items may have the recycling symbol on them but that does not mean the item is recyclable curbside.

Learn More
Newsletters | May 1, 2018

March-April 2018 Newsletter

You may have seen news about the National Sword recycling regulations in China, where many of your curbside recyclables are sent for recycling. These changes have had a large impact on recycling in Oregon and quality is more important now than ever as the brokers are being restricted to only 0.5% contamination by the buyers.

View/Download the Newsletter
Newsletters | Jan 1, 2018

November-December 2017 Newsletter

The only holidays that our drivers do not work are Christmas Day and New Years Day. During those weeks, when the holiday falls on a weekday, pick up will be delayed from the holiday through the end of the week. Please see below for info on pick up schedules for the Christmas and New Years holidays this year.

View/Download the Newsletter
Newsletters | Nov 1, 2017

September-October 2017 Newsletter

If you have extra cardboard from a recent move or purchase and it does not fit in your recycling cart, you have a couple of options for recycling it:

1) Place it curbside next to your recycling cart on your recycling day. It needs to be flattened and cut into pieces no larger than 3'x3' (so it will fit in the truck). If you have a large amount of extra cardboard that you’re putting out curbside, we would appreciate if you could let us know in advance.

2) Bring it to our recycling depot in Sherwood. It needs to be flattened and cut into pieces no larger than 5'x5'. Our depot is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm.

View/Download the Newsletter