Please Review Republic Services Recycling Policy

REPUBLIC  SERVICES

Curbside Recycling Program

Acceptable Materials:

Newspapers: The entire newspaper including inserts.

Aluminum, steel, and bimetal: Food and beverage cans only.

Glass: Food and beverage containers only.

Plastic: Food and beverage containers marked with a #1 through #7 on them.

Plastic: Detergent and soap containers marked with a #1 through #7 on them.

Cartons / Aseptic containers: Milk.juice, etc.

Misc paper: Magazines, phone books, junk mail, cardboard.

Do not recycle:

No Containers with excessive foods or liquids still in the container.

No Containers that contained hazardous materials such as oil or anti-freeze.

No Shredded paper.

No Styrofoam, aluminum foil, pie tins, etc …

No Light bulbs, Christmas lights, window glass, ceramics, china, etc …

No Plastic wrap, plastic bags, toys, flowerpots, garden hoses, etc …

No Clothing, blankets, household linens, furniture, etc …

No Plastics not marked #1 through #7.

No Scrap metal, batteries, chains, car parts, pots & pans, knifes, etc …

No needles, syringes, medical waste, or sharps.

No wood.

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Durham Ridge Housing Development Nearly Complete

Durham Ridge at Grey Hawk Golf Club experienced a boom in construction in 2017.  The development has had slow growth over the last five years but Ryan Homes, low lot costs and low interest rates created this growth.  Approximately 45 homes were built in 2017 with more planned for 2018.  Streets with empty lots are not only eye-sores, but create a maintenance cost with little income for the Village.  The new homes increase the Village’s valuation and brings added income tax to offset that maintenance!  Village Council would like to welcome our new residents and hope you enjoy your “country club” atmosphere in our rural setting!  Overall, 51 new houses, 28 apartment units and nine condominium units were constructed in the Village in 2017! The apartments are at the end of Keywood Street.