MATERIALS ACCEPTED

MATERIALS ACCEPTED

CARDBOARD, GLASS, METALS, PAPER, & PLASTIC

  • Cardboard & Browns: Brown bags & boxes
  • Newspaper & Magazines: High-gloss magazines & catalogs
  • Mixed Paper: Mail. egg cartons, folders, wrapping paper
  • Phone Books: Place in the bin located in front of the building
  • Shreded Paper: Available inside warehouse

CARDBOARD, GLASS, METALS, PAPER, & PLASTIC (CONTINUED)

  • White Ledger: Copy paper, writing paper, computer paper; Available inside warehouse
  • Glass: Only bottles or jars; rinse & discard lids
  • Aluminum Cans: Rinse
  • Scrap Metals: Brass, copper tubing and wire, cast & sheet aluminum, vehicle radiators, bicycles
  • Tin Cans: Rinse; food & drink cans
    #1 Clear, #2 Cloudy & #2 Color Plastic Bottles & Jugs: Check symbol on bottom; Rinse
  • White Ledger: Copy paper, writing paper, computer paper; Available inside warehouse
  • Glass: Only bottles or jars; rinse & discard lids
  • Aluminum Cans: Rinse
  • Scrap Metals: Brass, copper tubing and wire, cast & sheet aluminum, vehicle radiators, bicycles
  • Tin Cans: Rinse; food & drink cans
    #1 Clear, #2 Cloudy & #2 Color Plastic Bottles & Jugs: Check symbol on bottom; Rinse

HARD TO RECYCLE ITEMS

  • Lead-acid Batteries: Auto and boat
  • Rechargeable Batteries: At office
    Used Oil: Motor and Cooking Oil
  • Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (CFLs): At office
  • Cartridges: Ink and toner
  • Electronic Waste: TVs and monitors

REDEMPTION SERVICES

  • Shred
  • Aluminum
  • Out of county electronics
MORE DETAILED LISTS:
Cardboard, Glass, Metals, Paper, & Plastic

Cardboard and Browns: Two-ply cardboard with a wavy center, brown bags, paper towel cores, and 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, constructionpaper, 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 Moscow Recycling Center 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 .50 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.

Electronic Waste:

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.

 

  • CPUs
  • Laptops
  • TVs
  • Cell Phones
  • Monitors
  • Game Systems
  • Printers
  • DVD/VCR
  • Stereos
Redemption Services
  • Shred
  • Aluminum
  • Out of county electronics
Yard Waste

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/shrub trimmings, christmas trees, and bark.

Unacceptable Materials: Stumps, dirt, rocks, plastics, food, pet feces, manure, lumber, construction debris, and sod.

CONTACT US!
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MOSCOW RECYCLING:

(208) 882-5724

401 Jackson St, Moscow, ID 83843

@moscowrecycling

customerservice@latahsanitation.com

LATAH SANITATION:

(208) 882-5724

3299 ID-8, Moscow, ID 83843

@latahsanitation

customerservice@latahsanitation.com

CLEARWATER COMPOSTING:

(208) 413-6020

3965 Industrial Way, Lewiston, ID 83501

@clearwatercomposting

ccoffice@latahsanitation.com

CONTACT US!
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MOSCOW RECYCLING:

(208) 882-5724

401 Jackson St, Moscow, ID 83843

@moscowrecycling

customerservice@latahsanitation.com

LATAH SANITATION:

(208) 882-5724

3299 ID-8, Moscow, ID 83843

@latahsanitation

customerservice@latahsanitation.com

CLEARWATER COMPOSTING:

(208) 413-6020

3965 Industrial Way, Lewiston, ID 83501

@clearwatercomposting

ccoffice@latahsanitation.com