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People cannot change their habits without first changing their way of thinking,” says renowned organizing consultant Marie Kondo. The same goes for recycling! As you’re letting go of things that no longer spark joy this spring, take a minute to check our Recyclopedia. Plastic flower pots, for example, do not belong in the recycling bin. They are made from a variety of materials that makes them hard to sort. Instead, try donating them to a local nursery or re-purposing them! Check out www.RecycleSmartMA.com for more information of how to recycle smart this spring cleaning season, and then get outside and smell the flowers.
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Casella will pick up white goods on the first Friday of the month. You will need to purchase a bulk item sticker online. The fee is $20.00 for each item.
Household hazardous waste collection events are held in surrounding communities during the spring and fall and are open to non-residents. Please see the calendar of events and contact information.
Please call Casella at 1-800-445-1318