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CURBSIDE RECYCLING: RECYCLER: City of Dunedin
See reverse for sample bin photo.
FREE MULCH PICK-UP:
l aluminum cans l newspapers 4 Lake Haven Recycling Center,
l glass bottles and jars l plastic bottles 810 Lake Haven Rd. behind Solid Waste (map)
(clear/no colors) l steel cans
298-3215 Open 24 hours/7 days
l mixed paper
To request a curbside bin, call the city at 298-3024.
YARD WASTE RECYCLING:
Place grass clippings and leaves in 32-gallon cans RECYCLING GUIDELINES
or bags (up to 50 pounds). Cut brush materials into
4 foot lengths and tie in bundles (up to 50 pounds). No plastic bags please!
Aluminum Cans – Empty aluminum cans used for
DROP-OFF RECYCLING: drinks or food (such as soda or cat food cans). Rinse
and crush if possible.
3 Highlander Park, 903 Michigan Blvd. (map)
Cardboard – Clean, empty, dry corrugated (3-layer)
4 Lake Haven Recycling Center, 810 Lake cardboard boxes or packaging. Please flatten boxes.
Haven Rd. behind Solid Waste (map) No pizza boxes.
l aluminum cans l mixed paper Cell Phones – Any size, make, or model of cell phone.
l cardboard l newspapers Cooking Oil – Used liquid cooking oil (such as oil
l cooking oil (Lake l plastic bottles from a turkey fryer). No solids or motor oil.
Haven site only) l steel cans Electronics - View a list of hazardous electronic items.
l glass bottles or jars Glass Bottles or Jars – Empty glass bottles or jars
(clear/no colors) (clear only/no colors). Labels okay. No caps or lids.
Mixed Paper – Any clean, dry paper item that tears,
ELECTRONICS RECYCLING: such as white or colored paper, shredded paper,
l electronics (such as TVs or computers) office paper, magazines, catalogs, phone books, junk
mail, envelopes, wrapping paper, and paperboard
fee = $17.12 per electronic item
items such as cereal boxes or paper towel rolls. No
Call 298-3215, ext. 21 to request curbside pick-up. paper towels or tissues.
l cell phones l rechargeable batteries Newspapers – Clean and dry newspapers (including
Drop off cell phones or batteries inside the Solid inserts). No string or twine. It’s okay to put them inside
a paper bag.
Waste building, 1070 Virginia St., M-F 8am-4pm.
Phone Books – Recycle with mixed paper. Remove
plastic wrap, bag, or magnets.
BUSINESS & MULTI-FAMILY RECYCLING: Plastic Bottles – Empty plastic bottles with a “neck”
Dunedin offers curbside rolling carts to collect: (opening smaller than the base) such as water, soda,
aluminum and steel cans, clear glass (no colors), shampoo, or ketchup bottles. No need to check for
mixed paper, newspaper, or plastic bottles (one #1 or #2—just “check for a neck”. Bottles only; no
item per cart). For cardboard recycling, you can tubs, cups, or bags. Labels okay. No caps or lids.
request a large commercial container. To sign up, Rinse and crush if possible.
call 298-3215, ext. 24. Rechargeable Batteries – Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd),
Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH), Lithium Ion (Li-ion) and
small sealed lead (Pb) weighing up to 2 lbs. each.
CONTACT: Steel (Tin) Cans – Empty steel cans used for food such
Valerie Lane, 298-3215 ext. 24 as soup or vegetable cans. Labels and lids okay. No
www.dunedingov.com aerosol cans or paint cans. Rinse if possible.
as of 1/10
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Curbside Blue Bin
Mail, Cereal /
Soda Boxes, Dry Newspaper
Inserts in Brown tied or in Brown
Paper Bag Paper Bag
Plastics # 1 & 2, Clear Glass
Steel & Aluminum bottles rinsed
Cans rinsed clean clean
An example of how your bin should look