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    GLASS RECYCLING

    Curbside Pickup only $7/month

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We Pickup & Recycle

Plastic Bags

Glass

Cardboard

Rechargeable Batteries

Electronics

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Monthly Residential Pickup
Glass Only

$7/month

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Monthly Residential Pickup
All Recyclables

$15/month

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Commercial
Pickup & Recycle

Recycling for Businesses

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HOW IT WORKS:

1. REGISTER ONLINE

It only takes a few minutes to register your home for pickup. You will receive monthly pickup services and an 18 gallon bin.

Click here to begin.

2. RECEIVE YOUR BIN

Once you've registered, we will drop off your bin on our next run through your neighborhood (If you have items to put out on the bin dropoff day, you may put them out in your own container).

3. PUT OUT YOUR RECYCLABLES

Now you're ready for your curbside recycling pickup service to begin! Our collection service occurs once a month.

If you are on the Glass, Cardboard, Plastic Bags, Batteries and Electronics plan, you can put all your recyclables together in the bin provided. No need to sort! We will do it for you!

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OUR MISSION:

City recycling programs across the United States are rapidly cutting glass collection services, and they do not typically take items like batteries, electronics, plastic bags and cardboard. Throwing these items away adds to a mounting problem of space shortages in landfills across the country. Instead, by recycling, these items can be processed and turned into new products. It's our mission to help resolve landfill space issues by offering a simple and reliable collection service for you and your neighbors.

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WHY RECYCLE GLASS?

Recycling is good for the environment.

When you place glass in the garbage, it ends up in a landfill and contributes to overall waste. Recycling removes glass waste completely and allows it to be turned into useful products. Recycling saves manufacturers money and reduces the amount of trash going to the landfills.

Recycling batteries helps prevent the leakage of heavy metals into the soil and water as the battery casings corrode in a landfill. It also prevents air pollution caused by incinerating batteries with household waste.

Old Electronics may contain materials that would be hazardous to the environment if they end up in a landfill. Recycling helps to keep those materials out of the environment. Much electronic waste, or e-waste, ends up in developing countries, where it can pollute those communities through improper handling.

Environmental benefits of recycling:

  • Over a ton of natural resources are saved for every ton of glass recycled
  • Homes with fiberglass insulation made from recycled glass have more efficient home energy and lower energy consumption
  • Reduces carbon/greenhouse gas emissions
  • Glass has little to no impact on the nation’s waterways, it doesn’t pollute the oceans, it doesn’t contaminate our water sources
  • Properly recycling e-waste like old computers reduces your susceptibility to data theft, which is a risk even if you think you've deleted the data from your old devices.

One ton of recycled glass saves:

  • 42 kWh of electricity
  • 5 gallons of oil
  • 714.3 BTUs of energy
  • 2 cubic yards of landfill space
  • 7.5 pounds of air pollutants from being released

Manufacturers benefit from recycling glass in several ways:

  • Recycled glass reduces emissions and consumption of raw materials, extends the life of plant equipment, such as furnaces, and saves energy
  • Energy costs drop about 2-3% for every 10% cullet used in the manufacturing process
  • In manufacturing, cullet requires less energy to melt than does raw materials and lower temps, extending the lifespan of furnaces and related equipment
  • Glass makes better containers because it is non-porous, impermeable and has almost zero rate of chemical interactions
  • One ton of carbon dioxide is reduced for every six tons of recycled container glass used in the manufacturing process
  • Saves water consumption required for glass manufacturing

Source: Strategic Materials, Houston, TX