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Gwinnett County Curbside Recycling Program

Nov 23rd, 2008 | By Gwinnettian Editor | Category: All Posts, Consumer Information, Gwinnett

When the new Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful garbage collection plan is fully implemented in July 2009, residents in unincorporated Gwinnett will be able to recycle up to 35 items, a five-fold increase from the current seven-item limit. Advanced Disposal and Waste Pro of Georgia, the two companies selected to provide waste and recycling services under the new plan, will supply each homeowner with two 95-gallon carts, one for garbage and one for recycling.

The following items will be accepted for curbside recycling beginning in July 2009:
Newspapers & Inserts
Cardboard Boxes
Pizza Boxes
Kraft Paper
Cereal Boxes
Tissue Boxes
Paper Towel Cores
Tissue Paper Cores
Computer Paper
Calendars
School Papers
Magazines
Shopping Catalogues
Envelopes
Paperboard
Paper Grocery Bags
Soda & Beer Cartons
Old Phone Directories
Paperback Books
Shopping & Lunch Bags- Paper
Discarded Mail
Carbonless Forms-Paper
Aluminum Beverage Containers
Aluminum Baking Tins
Steel Food Containers
Empty Aerosol Cans
Glass Bottles & Jars
Plastic Soda & Water Bottles
Milk Jugs
Plastic Detergent Bottles
Plastic Bottles # 3-7
Clean Metallic Lids
Greeting Cards
Aluminum Food Containers
Shoe Boxes

For more information about the new garbage plan visit http://gwinnettcbservices.org/

Also view our CorinthHills.org sitemap as we have a number of articles regarding the new waste disposal program. These articles should be found under the “Gwinnett” and/or “Consumer Information” categories.

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