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Most area grocery stores and some chain retail stores such as Target and Walmart offer plastic bag collection bins at their entrance or exit point. They can also be dropped off at our CHaRM site. An additional collection bin is located at the ACC Recycling Facility next to the single stream recycling dumpster. Plastic bags CAN NOT be recycled in curbside roll-carts or at drop off locations.
Bring them to the CHaRM Site at 1005 College Avenue any time Monday or Wednesday from 10am-7pm or Saturday from 8am-12pm. View the list of items accepted at CHaRM here.
Yes. According to Solid Waste Policy SW-004, all private haulers must collect single stream and accept the same items as the ACC Solid Waste Department.
All plastics marked with #1 - #7 such as cups, bottles, jugs, food trays, and tubs, “rigid plastics” – toys, buckets, bins, etc are recyclable, EXCEPT Styrofoam (#6 plastic). The following plastics are also not recyclable: plates, cutlery, and any Styrofoam product. Still confused? Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an avid recycler, we added the 20/25 gallon trash roll-cart just for you! Contact your hauler today and ask about this cart size. NOTE: The 20/25 gallon trash roll-cart will need to be provided by you, the customer and can be purchased at Lowe's or Home Depot. The ACC Solid Waste Department will provide a sticker to indicate the 20/25 gallon size.
The ACCUG Waste Minimization Fee is collected quarterly from the franchised solid waste service providers, both public and private, in the USD and GSD for both residential and commercial customers. The fee is $0.60/month/residential unit and $1.60/month/commercial entity and is shown as a separate line item on the garbage bill.