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Posted on: July 9, 2019

RECYCLING UPDATE

The Town of Front Royal’s Recycling Program will be immediately switching from conventional recycling to Single Stream Recycling effective July 10, 2019. This means Residents will NO LONGER have to Separate their recyclables: 

ALL RECYCLABLES CAN BE PLACED IN ONE BIN TOGETHER!

The most important thing with single stream recycling is the contamination of the items- ITEMS MUST BE CLEAN, NO RESIDUE LEFT INSIDE and REMOVE ANY AND ALL LABELS.


What to Recycle & How to Prepare It:

  • Place items curbside before 7am or after 7pm the night before your Recycling Day.

  • ACCEPTABLE ITEMS: Cardboard, Aluminum, Paper, Newspaper, telephone books, catalogs, Steel/Metal Cans and Plastics (#1-#7)

  • Rinse items thoroughly leaving no food or sticky residue and remove any labels.

  • Flatten all cardboard boxes and remove tape.

  • Keep cardboard and paper dry.

  • Do not mix trash with recycling items or it will not be picked up.


    UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS: Glass, wax coated cardboard, Styrofoam, aerosol cans, plastic bags, antifreeze and oil containers-For more information see Recycle Flyer under public Works, Forms at www.frontroyalva.com


    The Town of Front Royal APPRECIATES the Residents help; keeping the environment clean and reducing the amount of trash taken to the Landfill.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please call Public Works at 540-635-7819, Monday-Friday, 7am-3:30pm or visit us online for more information at www.frontroyalva.com


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