With the conversion to the Automated Refuse Collection Program the more items you recycle, the more room you will have in your refuse cart.
Plastic bottles collected from your neighborhood will be made into new plastic products such as carpeting and clothing, garden furniture and accessories, new plastic bottles and a variety of other products.
The following items are collected in the curbside recycling program:
Aluminum and metal cans
Cardboard egg cartons only
Colored construction paper, greeting cards
Corrugated cardboard (must be dry)
Flattened cardboard (must be dry)
Food boxes (cereal boxes, cake mix boxes, etc. must be flattened)
Glass bottles and jars
Jugs, yogurt and margarine tubs (please make sure they are rinsed with no food residue)
Mail and catalogs
Newspapers, junk mail
Paper towel and toilet tissue rolls
Plastic bottles, jugs and tubs (laundry detergent, milk)
Printer and copier paper
Water bottles (please leave caps/lids on bottles)
Materials Not Accepted
Materials not accepted include but are not limited to:
Aerosol cans or spray paint
Cassette tapes, video tapes or DVD cases
Fishing line and cast nets
Foil, foil food containers
Motor oil and containers
Needles or pill bottles
Pesticides or Herbicides
Plastic bags, baggies, chip bags, or frozen food bags (no plastic bags or wrappers of any kind)
Plastic wrap or bubble wrap
Pots, pans or dishes
Rope or ratchet strap
Styrofoam of any kind
Tires, rubber hoses and tubing
Tissues, paper towels
Wax coated containers (juice box)
Wood or pallets
Syringes are not accepted for recycling. They must be disposed of through Brevard County Household Used "Sharps" Collection Program. Please call 321-633-2042 for more information.
Ensure Recyclables are empty with no food residue
Do not bag your recyclables or place loose plastic bags in your recycle cart; plastic bags should be returned to your local grocery store
Caps do not need to be removed. As long as they remain on the container they can go in the recycle cart.
Do not put loose caps in the recycle cart.
Flatten small boxes and break them down to fit into the cart.
Place your recycling cart at the curb by 6:30 am on your collection date per ordinance.
Call the Solid waste Division at 321-383-5755 if you have questions, you have no cart, or your collection is missed.
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Custodian of Public Records at:
City of Titusville | Custodian of Public Records | Wanda Wells, City Clerk | 555 South Washington Avenue | PO Box 2806 (32781-2806) | Titusville, FL 32796 | Phone: (321) 567-3775 | Send Email: TBD
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