As much as we would like to be able to recycle everything, some items just can’t be recycled. The following lists are common items that are and are not recyclable. If you ever have any questions on what can or cannot be recycled we encourage you to call, some items that we do not accept may be recyclable at other places. Even items that cannot be recycled may find a new life as something else – a check of the internet or your local library may help find new uses for some of these items. Always remember to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
What We Do Accept
#1 & #2 Plastic Bottles (pop bottles, water bottles, milk jugs, liquid laundry detergent, etc.)
Paper (office paper, junk mail, magazines, brown paper bags, etc.)
Glass (bottles & jars)
Tin Cans (vegetable cans)
Batteries (alkaline & NiCad)
What We Don’t Accept
Plastic bowls, flower pots, children’s toys, plastic silverware, plastic buckets, plastic bags, medicine bottles
Paper towels, kleenex, tissue paper, paper plates, cups, bowls, napkins
Paper towel or toilet paper cores
Aluminum foil, aluminum siding, cat food cans
Plate glass (windows, mirrors, etc.), glass bowls, vases, decorative glass, light bulbs, drinking glasses
Pots, pans, scrap metal, copper, paint cans, aerosol cans
Fast food containers, syrofoam
Show, Inc. is now accepting e-waste! Check the lists to see if you can bring your unwanted electronics to Show.
Computers, Servers (CPUs)Monitors, Keyboards, MicePrinters, Fax Machines
Tape & Zip Drives
Stereo Components, Radios
Cables & Cords
Modems, Routers & Switches
Printed Circuit Boards
Small UPS Systems
NOTE: $30.00 fee for TVs & $10.00 fee for Monitors. These fees are based on the price we pay to process the hazardous material and is subject to change.
All e-waste is limited to 40 lbs per item for safety.
Items Over 40 Pounds
Items with Freon or Gasoline
Show, Inc. is not responsible for data left on hard drives or other e-waste. Show, Inc. will store e-waste securely until it is delivered to Natural Evolution who practices industry standard data destruction.