Cardboard, Glass, Metals Paper, Plastic:
Cardboard and Browns: Two-ply cardboard with a wavy center, brown bags, paper towel cores, boxboard such as cereal boxes. Make sure your items are clean and dry.
Newspaper and Magazines: High-gloss magazines and catalogs only. Tear thicker catalogs into quarter inch sections. Remove newspapers and magazines from boxes, bags or string and place loose in the bin.
Mixed Paper: Includes junk mail, file folders, index cards, brochures, envelopes, egg cartons, construction and wrapping paper. Please, no napkins, paper towels, facial tissue, photos, books, or aseptic cartons.
Phone Books: Place in the bin located in front of the building. No paperback books or catalogs.
Shred: Empty shredded paper from bags into a bin inside the warehouse during operating hours. Shredding services are available during operating hours for .40 cents/lb.
White Ledger: White copy paper, printed computer paper, lined writing paper. Place into a bin inside the warehouse during operating hours.
Glass: Glass bottles and jars. Rinse and discard lids. Labels can be left on. No light bulbs, ceramics, window glass, drinking glasses, or glass bakeware.
Aluminum Cans: Drain and rinse. No foil or tin cans.
Scrap Metals: Brass, copper tubing and wire, cast and sheet aluminum, vehicle radiators, bicycles.
Tin Cans: Food and drink cans only. Please rinse. Labels can be left on. No aerosol or paint cans.
#1 Clear Plastic Bottles and Jugs: Check resin code on the bottom of the container and place in the appropriate bin. Please rinse containers.
#2 Cloudy Plastic Bottles and Jugs: Check resin code on the bottom of the container and place in the appropriate bin. Please rinse containers.
#2 Color Plastic Bottles and Jugs: Check resin code on the bottom of the container and place in the appropriate bin. Please rinse containers.
Hard to Recycle Items:
Lead-acid Batteries: Such as auto and boat. Please place on white spill control pallet.
Rechargeable Batteries: Drop off at office window during operating hours.
Used Oil: Cooking and motor oil. No commercial use. Use sealed containers no larger than 5 gallons. Place on white spill control pallets.
Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (CFLs): Drop off CFLs at the office window during operating hours. No fluorescent tubes.
Cartridges: Ink and toner cartridges accepted during operating hours.
The following items are required to be recycled and are free to Latah County residents. Businesses, schools, and organizations are required to recycle these items and only have to pay a fee for TVs and monitors. Out-of-county must pay a fee for all electronics.
|Cell Phones||Monitors||Game Systems|
Yard Waste Drop Off:
Yard waste bins are for Latah County residents only, no commercial. One load per day.
Location: Bins are located off N. Almon St., behind Moscow Recycling at 401 N. Jackson St.
Hours: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Acceptable Materials: Leaves, Branches (max 4’ long or 6” diameter), Grass Clippings, Weeds, Brush/Shurb Trimmings, Christmas Trees, Bark.
Unacceptable Materials: Stumps, Dirt, Rocks, Plastics, Food, Pet Feces, Manure, Lumber, Construction Debris, Sod.