WHAT GOES IN, WHAT STAYS OUT?

You can help the recycling system work by putting the right things in the recycling tote, and keeping the wrong things out.

We know recycling can be confusing, so we are here to help. Check out our recycling guide or view our recycling video!

WHAT GOES IN, WHAT STAYS OUT?  

You can help the recycling system work by putting the right things in the recycling tote, and keeping the wrong things out.

We know recycling can be confusing, so we are here to help. Check out our recycling guide or view our recycling video!

HOME REFERENCE GUIDE

Designed for residents who prefer to quickly check where items go, the Home Reference Guide shows where to put common paper, plastic, metal, and other items. 

DETAILED GUIDE

For residents who want a more in-depth look at what is accepted in the curbside mixed recycling tote. 

CLICK HERE

MOSCOW SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING

YES

Plastic: #1 and #2 plastic bottles and jugs (with screw top lids). Empty and rinse.

Metal, Aluminum, and Tin: Aluminum & Tin beverage and food cans. Empty, rinse and dry.

Corrugated Cardboard:

Clean and dry.

Paper: Newspaper, junk mail, cereal and dry food boxes, office paper, phone books, envelopes, non-foil wrapping paper. Books with hardbacks removed. Clean and dry.

NO

Glass: NO glass of any kind!

Plastic: Any plastic labeled #3 through #7.

No plastic bags of any kind.

No Styrofoam. No medicine containers. No plastic caps or lids. No plastic plates or utensils. No plastic clothes hangers. No plastic motor oil or antifreeze containers. No candy wrappers or chip bags. No garden hoses.

Metal:

No aluminum foil. No caps, rings, or lids. No aerosol spray cans. No paint cans. No sharp or greasy metals. No metal clothes hangers.

Paper: No food-soiled food boxes. No pizza boxes! No wet paper or cardboard. No disposable diapers. No wax or plastic-coated cardboard. No paper towels, plates, or napkins. No soiled paper or facial tissue.

Other Restrictions: No electronics. No lightbulbs. No CDs, DVDs, or cases. No batteries. No ceramics or dishes.

When in doubt, throw it out!

Contamination and wishful recycling can lead to a whole load of recycling being landfilled, increasing costs to all!

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