Massachusetts prohibits the disposal of corrugated cardboard at transfer and disposal facilities. As part of Nauset Disposal’s commercial services, we offer a cardboard recycling program to those customers who generate sufficient quantities. After consulting our team of professionals to determine the volume produced, we will provide you with a separate container for Cardboard use only. Due to strict regulations, we are only able to accept corrugated cardboard, with no exceptions. For example, Fish Markets cannot put the waxed cardboard that seafood comes in with their cardboard, it is considered trash.
Nauset Disposal is your connection to becoming recycling compliant. Recycling is not only the law, but it’s also the right thing to do. By reducing waste, we are taking steps to ensure a healthier planet for generations to come.
Half is better than none! Although you can’t recycle your whole pizza box, you can tear off and recycle the top half, as long as it’s grease-free. Keep this tip in mind if you’re picking up a pizza or ordering in this weekend!
Don’t trash your soap, shampoo bottles and toilet paper rolls just because they are in the bathroom. Toss these items in the recycling bin!
Did you know the best way to manage odors in your recycling container is to apply a small amount to bleach.
Recycle your magazines. Bring them to local libraries, dental offices, medical buildings, hospitals and more. Just tear off your address label before donating.
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