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Posted on: March 11, 2018

[ARCHIVED] The week of Monday, March 12, 2018 Recycle Route A is Collected and Ordering Containers


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Watertown SanitationDepartment

Recycle Update &
Food Containers

The week of Monday, March 12, 2018 Recycle Route A iscollected.  Recycle Route A is north of 3rdAve N and all of Lake Kampeska and Derby Downs.  For Single Stream recycling co-mingle allrecycle materials in the tan container for collection every other week. If you need a second recycling container,
please go to our website to request one.
 The City of Watertown will deliver an additional Tan 95 gallon Single
Stream recycling container at no charge. 

Please place your
collection containers out the night before your collection day to avoid missingthe truck.  
Collection routes begin
at 5:00 AM, and there is no set time when they will cover a certain area oftown.  Trucks are not rerouted to pick up
containers that are put out late.  Please do not set out your recyclecontainer until it is full.  All
containers placed on the parkway or boulevard on the day of collection shall beremoved on the same day following collection.

include glass in the recycle container
. Glass is not recycled and causes injuries on the sort line.

  Plastic bottles with lids attached do notcollapse and take up extra volume in the recycling.  All the lids must be manually removed at the
recycle facility which is not cost effective.

Here are facts about FOOD CONTAINER recycling inWatertown:

·        Plasticmilk jugs ARE recyclable!  Place them in
your Tan container.

·        Waxed
cardboard milk cartons ARE NOT recyclable.

·        Pizza
boxes WITH grease stains ARE NOT recyclable due to contamination of thecardboard.

·        Dueto oil & grease in many foods, used fast food bags; hamburger wrappers;
paper plates, towels, and napkins ARE NOT recyclable.

·        Cereal
and other dry goods boxes ARE recyclable. Place them in your Tan container.

·        Plasticcontainers that have held salad oil, cooking oil, or motor oil ARE NOT
recyclable due to contamination.

Thanks for yourinterest in and awesome support of the single stream curbside recycle program!  Please visit the Watertown website  for further
information or to request a recycle container.

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