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Springfield Environmental Commission's Guide to Recycling

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YES for recycling: 

Plastic/Aluminum/Glass

Bottles

Cans—aluminum and tin

Milk cartons

Juice boxes

Empty aerosol cans

Newspapers

Button Batteries

Mixed Paper

Magazines

Junk Mail

Boxes—cereal, shoe, gift

Paper Bags

Telephone Books (without cover)

Copier/Fax Paper

Hard cover books (without cover)

Cardboard

Corrugated

Boxes

Shipping Cartons

NO for recycling*:

Energy Saving Lightbulbs/CFLs (hazardous waste)

Fluorescent Lights

Batteries

Electronics

Computers

Monitors

TVs

Cell Phones

Oil Paint Cans

Thermometers (hazardous waste only with mercury)

Tires

*Union County offers free, year-round recycling events and mobile paper shredding to Union County residents.  Call 908-654-9889 or go to http://www.unioncountynj.org/recycle/for dates, locations and more information.

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