Frequently Asked Questions

I want to recycle:


Inkjet/Toner Cartridges

Appliances, also known as "White Goods" (e.g. washers/dryers, refrigerators, microwaves)

  • You can use our 'I Want To Recycle!' search box on our homepage to find a location near you.
  • Search for your city by name or zip code on our homepage search box for a link to your city's website and contact information for details about the recycling programs available to you
  • Visit your city's or county's web site to locate their appliance pick-up service or drop-off site locations.
  • Contact a local thrift store to arrange a pick-up if the item is still in working condition.


Automotive Fluids and Oil Filters





Cell Phones

Plastic Grocery Bags

  • Take your plastic bags back to your local grocery store. Most grocery stores accept plastic bags for recycling.
  • For more information about recycling plastic bags, as well as a list of retailers that accept plastic bags for recycling:

Styrofoam and Styrofoam packing peanuts


Textiles (Clothing)

Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL's) or Long Fluorescent Tubes

Construction and Demolition (C&D) material


  • Visit your city's or county's web site for mulch availability. Mulch is often offered for free to residents.
  • You can use our Interactive Map to find a location near you.

Used Cooking Oil

  • Visit for information about grease recycling and proper cooking oil management in the kitchen.
  • You can also use Cease the Grease's Interactive Map to find a grease recycling drop off location near you.