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What Can I Put in My Cans?

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Garbage Cans Green Waste Cans 3-Yard Bins

-YES-

Household Garbage
Recyclables


-YES-

Grass Clippings
Leaves
Weeds
Prunings (less than 2 inches in diameter and 2 feet in length)


-YES-

Household Garbage
Recyclables
Green Waste


-NO-

Anything that Sticks Out of the Can
Carpet
Construction, Remodeling, or Demolition Debris
Dirt
Sod
Rocks
Concrete
Excessively Heavy Items (such as Auto Parts)
Hot Items
Household Cleaners
Syringes/Sharps
Toxic or Highly Flammable Materials (such as Gas, Oil, or Paint)
Electronic Waste (such as Computers or Televisions)
Large Appliances
Furniture
Cardboard*
Styrofoam*



-NO-

Animal Waste
Lumber
Cardboard
Christmas Trees (whole)
Food Waste
Household Garbage
Sod
Dirt
Rocks
Treated or Painted Wood (Wood Chips or Tanbark)
Palm Fronds


-NO-

Construction, Remodeling, or Demolition Debris
Mattresses
Dirt
Sod
Rocks
Concrete
Excessively Heavy Items (such as Auto Parts)
Hot Items
Household Cleaners
Syringes/Sharps
Toxic or Highly Flammable Materials (such as Gas, Oil, or Paint)
Electronic Waste (such as Computers or Televisions)


*Cardboard and styrofoam are allowed if they are bagged and cut into pieces smaller than eight inches across.