Mr. Murph bins are NOT the home for batteries. Please recycle and return them to The M.e.t. , Batteries Plus Bulbs, or Interstate All Battery Center. Please DO NOT put batteries in any Mr. Murph bins or in your curbside recycling carts.
We accept steel and aluminum cans. We also accept Aerosol cans generated from the kitchen and bathroom only. NO other type of metal is allowed.
There’s no need to remove labels, cut off bottom lids, or flatten cans. Please rinse out cans if the product is thick like pudding.
Please DO NOT place plastic bags, film/wrap plastics or styrofoam (cups, cartons, trays or packaging) of any kind in any Mr. Murph bins or in your recycle cart.
We accept mixed papers; flattened cardboard; containers from your kitchen, laundry, and bathroom; cleaned aluminum and steel cans; cleaned food and beverage containers; and cleaned bottles and jars.
Please DO NOT recycle styrofoam cartons, cups, trays, or packaging. The home for these items is in your curbside trash cart.
Please DO NOT place any pet food bags in the Feed Mr. Murph bins or in your curbside recycling. Place these items in your curbside trash cart.
You can place plastic containers from your kitchen, laundry, or bathroom in our Feed Mr. Murph bins or in your curbside recycling containers. Just empty, cap, and recycle!
Mr. Murph bins are NOT the home for plastic bags. You can reuse your plastic bags or return them to your grocer or retailer.
Please DO NOT place any electronics or Christmas lights in the Mr. Murph drop-off bins or in your curbside recycling carts. These items ARE NOT recyclable.
You can take these items to Natural Evolution, Inc. or The M.e.t for recycling.
Please DO NOT place live or artificial Christmas trees in the Mr. Murph recycling bin or in your curbside recycle cart. These items ARE NOT recyclable.
Please DO NOT place old electronics in any Feed Mr. Murph bins or in your curbside recycling containers. Resources, such as Natural Evolution, Inc., are great for recycling these old electronics.
Please DO NOT recycle shiny/glittery wrapping paper, bows, ribbons, or bags in your curbside recycling cart or in the Mr. Murph drop-off bins. You can place these items is in your curbside trash cart.
Our Mr. Murph bins ARE NOT the home for glass or ceramic items. Please place these items in your curbside trash cart.
No, these items ARE NOT recyclable. Aluminum foil products are lighter gauge aluminum with a lower flash point than aluminum cans. Because this, there is no useable material when melted if mixed with aluminum cans. Aluminum cooking foils, pans, and trays also contain food waste, which can’t be recycle. Please place these items in your curbside trash cart.
Please DO NOT recycle any of the following items.
DO NOT Bag Recyclables
NO Containers or Items from the Garage Shed or Yard.
NO Plastic Bags
Return plastic bags to retail store.
NO Styrofoam cartons, cups, trays or packaging.
NO batteries or electronics.
NO Tanglers or Cords
NO hoses, wires, chains or electronics.
NO Light Bulbs
NO Compressed Gas Cylinders
NO Home Improvement Debris
NO Green Waste
No, Styrofoam of any kind is not acceptable.
No. Plastic bags or film plastics, such as bread bags or dry cleaner bags, are not accepted in your recycle container. Please return plastic bags to your retailer or grocer. Go to PlasticFilmRecycling.org to find a drop off location near you.
Yes, much of the packaging you receive from fast food restaurants is recyclable, including clean and empty paper and plastic cups and containers, pizza and sandwich boxes, and paper bags.
Please DO NOT place these fast food items in your recycle container:
No. Please DO NOT recycle any electronic waste. If it has a cord, runs on batteries or winds up, please DO NOT place it in your recycle container. You can recycle your electronics at the following locations:
No. Due to the design and purpose of a furnace filter, it is NOT recyclable.
Several items in the bathroom can be placed in your recycle container:
It would take approximately three minutes for your recyclables to be separated by our automated equipment. Recyclables are processed at rates of 36,000 to 40,000 thousand pounds per hour. For this reason, it is important that only acceptable recyclables listed on the lid of your recycle container or refrigerator magnet are placed in the recycle container.