Noble County Disposal is expanding its RECYCLING SERVICE to residents of Oliver and Martin Lakes.
If you are a customer of NCD and interested in this service, please contact Amy Arnold at 800-292-9098, Monday-Thursday 8:30-4:30 or Friday 8:30-2:30.
Here's a brief summary of this service for Oliver and Martin Lakes.
Recycling pickup is once per month. For Oliver and Martin Lakes, the RECYCLING service day is WEDNESDAY of the FIRST FULL work week of each month. Our next recycling pickup day is Wednesday, February 4.
The regular trash service continues to be weekly on Monday.
NCD provides either a 64 or 96 gallon recycling tote for $3.00 per month. Recycling totes have yellow lids so they are not confused with regular trash totes. The recycling tote is placed by the street, like the trash tote. You may put recyclable items together loosely in the recycling tote except for newspaper which has to be bundled or bagged.
Oliver and Martin Lakes customers who are primarily summer residents may place their recycling pickup on hold for fall, winter, and spring months. You will not be charged for the recycling tote if you contact NCD.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS THAT CAN BE RECYCLED
PLASTICS: All plastics with the recycling symbol may be recycled. Plastics must be rinsed out and lids removed. Plastic lids can only be recycled if they have the recycling symbol on them. Plastic bags are not recyclable.
GLASS: Bottles and jars only. They must be rinsed out and lids and rings removed. No window glass or light bulbs.
STEEL FOOD CANS, ALUMINUM CANS, ALUMINUM FOIL, and PIE PLATES: All need to be rinsed and cleaned of food debris.
NEWSPAPER: Bundle together or place in bags before putting in recycling tote.
CARDBOARD: Chipboard, cereal boxes, mailing boxes and any non-coated boxes can be broken down and recycled.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS THAT CANNOT BE RECYCLEDMAGAZINESCATALOGUESGLOSSY PAPERPLASTIC BAGSLIGHT BULBSWINDOW GLASS
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