Recycling Paper and Cardboard
Paper and cardboard products continue to be the largest portion of what we throw away. Over 40% of what is sitting in landfills is paper and cardboard: valuable resources.

Most Paper and Cardboard can be Recycled
Recycle all newspapers, cereal boxes, catalogs, folders, magazines, office paper, junk mail, phone books, glossy printed flyers, envelopes with cellophane windows, post-it notes, colored paper, tissue boxes, and paper packaging.

Do Not Recycle these with Paper and Cardboard:
  • Food-Stained and Greasy Paper and Cardboard
    (example: Pizza Boxes, Used Tissues and Napkins)
  • Waxy or Thermal Paper (for Older Fax Machines)
  • Stickers
  • Reduces Pollution
  • Creates Employment
  • Fast Food Wrappers
  • Carbon Paper