What items can be recycled curbside?

Danvers has dual stream recycling:

  • Containers can be comingled: glass bottles and jars, metal cans and foil, and plastic containers may be put together in one recycling bin.
  • Paper including newspaper, magazines, paperboard, etc. may be bagged in paper, tied or put in a separate recycling bin.
  • Cardboard must be cut, flattened to 4 feet by 4 feet and bundled to no thicker than 1 foot. Smaller boxes may be nested.

For more information, see Curbside Collection.

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1. What items can be recycled curbside?
2. How do I find my trash and recycling pickup day?
3. I have some useful items I no longer want, but don’t want to throw them away. How do I go about finding a place that can reuse them?
4. Can I recycle my vehicle?
5. How do I recycle plastic bags and plastic film packaging?
6. Does Danvers collect recycling from condominiums, apartments or businesses?
7. How do I get my documents shredded?
8. How do I recycle items containing mercury including fluorescent lamps (CFLs), thermostats, thermometers, etc.?
9. How do I recycle rigid plastic items?
10. How do I recycle metal items?
11. How do I recycle textiles?
12. How do I recycle books, DVDs, CDs, video games and other media?
13. How do I recycle electronics?
14. How do I recycle rechargeable (Nickel Cadmium or Lithium) or button batteries?