Recycling and Refuse

Recycling in the Hazeltons

Plastic, metal, and aluminum – can all go in the same bag. Please ensure all items are rinsed and free of food residue with lids removed. Some examples are:

Milk jugs, yogurt containers, margarine containers
soup cans, metal foil, foil pans, meat trays (Foil)

Paper & cardboard – separate bags - please break down the cardboard boxes. Some examples are:

Cardboard: pizza boxes, cardboard boxes, cereal boxes, tea boxes, cookie boxes, cracker boxes etc, detergent boxes, paper towel rolls, toilet paper rolls

Paper: cards, catalogues, flyers, junk mail, magazines, books, non-foil gift wrap, egg cartons (cardboard), phone books

Glass or ceramic - separate bag - must be taken to the depot.

Foam packaging - separate bag

Soft plastic bags or overwrap - separate bag

NO REFUNDABLE BEVERAGE CONTAINERS

NO TISSUE PAPER OR PAPER TOWEL

Batteries (household only) drop off at the District Office

Please note: There is no limit to the amount of recycling collected bi-weekly at the curb

Smoke Alarms & Carbon Monoxide Detectors can be returned to Smithers Home Hardware.

Electronic Recycling Association

The Electronic Recycling Association is a not for profit organization with a mission to reduce electronic waste and the negative impact it has on the environment by reusing and recycling unwanted computers, laptops and other electronic equipment. We tend to prevent unwanted electronics from ending up in landfills or being prematurely disposed of and recycled when there is somebody that can still use them, maximize the life span of computers by refurbishing and donating them to your local charities and other not for profit organizations at no cost, and, if the equipment is not suitable for donation, recycle it in an environmentally friendly way. You can visit their website
ERA Website
Electronics can also be dropped off at the Hazelton Bottle Depot located at 3324 Fielding Street. Open Tuesday-Saturday
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