Bulk Metal (Tuesdays)
Single Stream Recycling (Fridays)
No plastic bags in recycling - Prince George’s County enacted a ban on July 1, 2015.
For more on this, read our FAQs on the Plastic Bag Ban (PDF).
Help Us Keep Town Streets Clean
Please be sure the lid of your recycle can is fully closed when it has been set out at the curb so the wind does not blow items into the street and neighboring yards.
Recycle in Carts
All acceptable recycling materials should be placed in Town-provided carts. Please secure with lids to prevent littering and attracting wild animals and birds. Over-sized or overflow cardboard may be placed alongside the blue recycling cart at the curb.
Residents must bring carts to the curb for pick up before 7 a.m. unless they have already arranged for side-door or back-door service.
Food and beverage containers
- Aluminum foil
- Aluminum, bi-metal, ferrous, and steel food and beverage containers
- Coat hangers
- Empty aerosol cans
Mixed Paper / Corrugated Cardboard
- All paper
- Aseptic / gable-top milk and juice cartons
- Craft paper bags and wrapping paper
- Flattened corrugated cardboard (boxes)
- Frozen food packaging
- Hard- and soft- covered books
- Newspapers with inserts
- Paper board (cereal and cracker boxes)
- Telephone books
- Drinking cups / glasses
- Flower pots
- Narrow-neck containers with code identification numbers 1 through 7
- Wide-mouth containers such as peanut butter, yogurt, cottage cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise and whipped topping; margarine / butter tubs
- Prescription bottles
- Coat hangers
Remember to rinse all food and beverage containers and to recap or place the lids in the recycling cart / bin.
- Auto parts
- Broken glass
- Hazardous materials
- Light bulbs
- Medical waste
- Motor oil containers
- Packing foam and peanuts
- Plastic utensils
Where Can I Recycle?
Through Earth 911 you can search for local vendors by entering the item to be recycled and your zip code.