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Where can I drop off recycling in Lexington KY?

Where can I drop off recycling in Lexington KY?

Clean paper recycling drop-off locations

  • Masterson Station Park, 3051 Leestown Road.
  • Constitution Park, 1670 Old Paris Road.
  • Veterans Park, 650 Southpoint Dr.
  • Good Foods Coop, 455 Southland Dr.
  • Lexington Recycle Center, 360 Thompson Road.
  • Pleasant Ridge Park, 1350 Pleasant Ridge Dr.

What items can be recycled in Lexington KY?

Acceptable items

  • Aluminum cans: soda and beer cans.
  • Steel cans: canned food (Please rinse.
  • Plastic screw top bottles and jugs: soda and water bottles; milk jugs; liquid laundry detergent jugs (The top should be smaller than the bottom.
  • Dry cardboard with packing material removed: moving boxes; shipping boxes.

Does Kentucky pay for recycling?

So while Kentucky has come a long way from five percent in 1994, it still lags the national average. The state just awarded more than $3 million in grants for the recycling and household hazardous waste collection programs.

How do I recycle in my area?

Get to know your local recycling program you use and encourage them to use How2Recycle.info as a resource.

  1. Check printed materials from your local government or recycling provider.
  2. Browse the website of your local government or recycling provider.
  3. Call your local government or recycling provider.

Where can I drop-off cardboard in Lexington KY?

Paper recycling drop-off locations:

  • Masterson Station Park, 3051 Leestown Road.
  • Constitution Park, 1670 Old Paris Road.
  • Veterans Park, 650 Southpoint Dr.
  • Good Foods Coop, 455 Southland Dr.
  • Lexington Recycle Center, 360 Thompson Road.
  • Pleasant Ridge Park, 1350 Pleasant Ridge Dr.

Does Lexington recycle plastic?

Recycling plastic bags, plastic film, bubble wrap & plastic wrappers. Don’t put them in your curbside recycle bin, they mess up the recycling process – take a look. All of these items can be put in the collection bins at grocery and department stores like Target and WalMart.

Does Lexington recycle cardboard?

Lexington offers two drop-off recycling options. Blue mixed recycling bins are for aluminum and tin cans, plastic bottles and jugs, glass bottles and jars and dry cardboard. Yellow paper recycling bins are for office paper, paper mail, newspaper, magazines and catalogs.

What numbers can be recycled?

Which Plastics Are Recyclable By Number?

  • #1: PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate)
  • #2: HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene)
  • #3: PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
  • #4: LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene)
  • #5: PP (Polypropylene)
  • #6: PS (Polystyrene)
  • #7: Polycarbonate, BPA, and Other Plastics.

Where are yellow recycling bins in Lexington KY?

The yellow bins for paper recycling can be found at these locations:

  • Masterson Station Park, 3051 Leestown Rd.
  • Constitution Park, 1670 Old Paris Rd.
  • Veterans Park, 650 Southpoint Dr.
  • Good Foods Coop, 455 Southland Dr.
  • Lexington Recycle Center, 360 Thompson Rd.
  • Pleasant Ridge Park, 1350 Pleasant Ridge Dr.

Where can I Recycle my electronic devices in Lexington KY?

Contact Electronic Recycling Center 1306 Versailles RoadLexington, KY 40508 Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Wednesday: noon to 4 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon Suggestions or problems with this page?

Is the Lexington Recycle Center open on Martin Luther King day?

Martin Luther King holiday closures: The Haley Pike Waste Management Facility, the Lexington Recycle Center and the Electronics Recycle Center will be closed on Saturday, January 15 and Monday, January 17. To drop off electronics for recycling, pull up the window and present your ID.

What kind of information can I find about Lexington’s sustainability initiatives?

Information about fiber-optic internet in Lexington. Information to engage the public about environmental issues in our community and manage sustainability initiatives Information about how to receive city refuse, street lights, and street cleaning services Information about waste pick-up, waste management facilities, dumpsters, and landfills