Curbside Recycling Guide

Pride Disposal & Recycling provides regular collection of recyclables. Please make sure to only include the correct materials in your recycling. Reducing contamination is imperative for the longevity and success of recycling in Oregon. If you’re in doubt, throw it out.

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Paper Recycling

Flatten all cardboard boxes. Please cut large cardboard materials into pieces no larger than 3 feet by 3 feet. Place items loose in your recycling cart. Small paper scraps such as shredded paper should be contained in a paper bag.

Accepted

  • Junk Mail/Scrap Paper
  • Newspaper
  • Magazines
  • Phone Books
  • Cardboard
  • Toilet/Paper Towel Roll
  • Chipboard Boxes
  • Milk Cartons
  • Shredded Paper

Not Accepted

  • Frozen Food Boxes
  • Coffee Cups
  • Paper Plates, Cups, Bowls
  • Pet Food Bags
  • Toilet Paper, Napkins, Tissues
  • Photographs

Plastic Recycling

Place the following plastic items loose in your recycling cart. Rinse all containers before recycling. Only include plastic bottles and tubs if they are 6 ounces or larger. Remove lids and discard them in your garbage. If the plastic container previously held hazardous material such as pesticides, do not include it in your recycling.

Accepted

  • Water Bottles
  • Milk Jugs
  • Yogurt/Margarine Tubs
  • Rigid Plant Pots
  • 5-Gallon Buckets

Not Accepted

  • Clamshell Plastic
  • Film Plastics (bags, bubble wrap)
  • Styrofoam & Packing Peanuts
  • Plastic Plates & Utensils
  • Plastic Cups
  • Coffee Pods
  • Plastic Lids
  • Jugs Contaminated with Motor Oil, Pesticides, etc
  • Straws
  • Frozen Meal Trays

Metal Recycling

Place items loose in your recycling cart. Rinse all containers before recycling. All metal must be less than 30 lbs. and smaller than 30".

Accepted

  • Tin cans
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aerosol Cans
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Misc. Metal (less than 30 lbs and 30")
  • Metal Paint Can

Not Accepted

  • Oversized Metal (appliances, large piece of metal, etc)

Glass Recycling

Place glass bottles and jars on the side in your red bin. Do not put glass in your blue lidded recycling cart. Rinse all containers before recycling. Remove lids and discard in garbage. Please do not include any broken glass in your recycling.

Accepted

  • Glass Bottles
  • Glass Jars

Not Accepted

  • Light Bulbs
  • Drinking Glasses
  • Flower Vases
  • Broken Glass
  • Ceramics/Dishes

Motor Oil Recycling

Place motor oil in a 1-gallon transparent plastic bottle with a screw-on lid (for example, a milk jug). Do not mix motor oil with any other liquids. Motor oil is collected on the same schedule as your glass recycling. We do not accept any other fluids.

Accepted

  • Motor Oil

Not Accepted

  • Antifreeze
  • Cooking Oil
  • Motor Oil w/ Other Fluids
  • Hydraulic Fluid