Curbside Recycling Now Available Everywhere

by Dave on June 9, 2008

Delaware’s Curbside Recycling Program is now available to every residence in Delaware. To date, 33,367 Delaware households have signed up for the program so far (including mine!).

The Delaware Solid Waste Authority, which oversees the program, offers bi-weekly pickup of the following items for just $6 per month:

  • Newspapers/ Brown Paper Bags
  • Magazines/Catalogs
  • Telephone/Soft Cover Books
  • Junk Mail/Envelopes (all types)
  • Paper
  • Paperboard (cereal/tissue boxes)
  • Cardboard
  • Narrow-Neck Plastic Bottles
  • Plastic Grocery Bags
  • Milk Jugs, Bleach/Detergent, Shampoo Bottles
  • Glass Bottles/Jars (any color)
  • Metal Cans (tin/steel/aluminum)

All of these items are placed together in one 64-gallon container, which is dropped off by DSWA when you sign up, which you can do online by clicking here. It really couldn’t be easier to create a greener Delaware!

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