Recycling

The Town collects mixed recyclables in blue or clear bags. Blue or clear recycling bags are available for purchase at most grocery and retail “big box” stores in Laurel Park and Hendersonville. 

Items accepted for recycling in blue bags are:

RECYCLABLE  
  NOT RECYCLABLE

Aluminum & Steel (cans, pie plates)

Plastic Containers (#1 - 7)  

Glass Bottles & Jars

Newspaper & Newspaper Inserts

Aerosol Cans (empty)

Drink Boxes, Frozen Food Boxes

Milk and Juice Cartons

Corrugated Cardboard (broken down & flat)

Brown Paper Grocery Bags

Catalogs                    

Cereal Boxes 

Construction Paper 

Paper Egg Cartons

Envelopes (also with plastic window)

Junk Mail

Magazines

Manila Envelopes (with or without clasp)

Office Paper  

Paperback Books

Wrapping Paper

Phone Books

Post-It-Notes

Shredded Paper (place in separate bag)

Soda & Beer Cartons

Toilet & Paper Towel Rolls

TV Guides

Aluminum Foil

Plastic Bags

Plastic Wrap

Black Microwaveable Trays

Antifreeze, Motor Oil

Mirror Glass

Window Glass

Dishes or Cookware

Drinking Glasses

Light Blubs

Pesticide Bottles

Styrofoam (including egg cartons)

Carbon Copy Paper

Dog Food, Cat Food Bags

Hardcover Books

Paper Towels

Spiral-bound Notebooks

Wax Paper

Corrugated Cardboard

Corrugated cardboard - Fold, flatten, or cut corrugated cardboard into bundles no larger than 2' x 2' x 3' and place next to or under your blue bag. It should be secured so that it won’t blow away before collection. Discard packing material and badly stained items with regular garbage.

Large amounts of cardboard should be taken directly to the Henderson County convenience center.