Residential Recycling Service schedule to coincide with Large Yard Waste collection in Port Orange beginning Monday, May 2.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
Waste Pro and the City of Port Orange have announced that some schedules have changed for Recycling as it will now coincide with Large Yard Waste, and all route changes will be effective as of Monday, May 2, 2022.
The city’s Residential Recycling Service offers residents one weekly collection of recyclable materials placed in one or more containers or bins approved by the city and designated for recycling purposes, with a limit of three bins per household. Non-recyclable materials will be left in your container to let you know that item is not recyclable. Cardboard boxes should be flattened and placed in recycling bins. If you have large boxes cut or fold them to no larger than 5’ x 5’ pieces and place them between or under your container.
Styrofoam, plastic bags, or glass are not recyclable materials and, therefore, will not be accepted. Grocery bags, however, can be recycled at most grocery stores.
For more information or to notate your new Residential Recycling Service day, visit Waste Pro’s Newsletter on Recycling Schedule Change.
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