By recycling household packaging and papers, electronics, tireshousehold hazardous waste, textiles and clothingink jet cartridges and printer toners, appliances, scrap metal, and sharps and medications, you help protect the environment and extend the lifespans of our landfills.

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Sharps and Medications

Sharps and medicationsSharps (needles, syringes, lancets) and medications (prescription, over-the-counter) do NOT go in your recycling or garbage.

Most pharmacies accept medications and sharps for safe disposal. Sharps must be in an approved bio-medical waste container.

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