Weston Recycles!

Located at: Next to Administration Building

Questions should be directed to the Wood County Solid Waste District .

Please help make recycling happen by preparing and sorting your recyclable materials as requested on this page. Careful preparation and separation of recyclables is important because manufacturers require clean and contaminant-free materials to make new products.

 

OPEN EVERY

4th Saturday of Every month.

9 am - 11am Only

Next to Administration Building

Please, No Trash. Do not leave items at the recycling site when it is closed or unattended. Bring recyclables to the site only during the posted and attended hours. Please have recyclable items separated into their proper categories.

We appreciate your cooperation!

How To Prepare & Separate Your Recyclables


Aluminum Beverage

  • Cans and Bi-Metal cans
  • Drain completely.
  • Separate from Steel Cans.

Cans may be flattened to save space.

Please, No scrap aluminum* No castings* (they jam our equipment),
 


CORRUGATED CARDBOARD

  •  Boxes should be flattened.
  • You may place flattened boxes in larger boxes for easy handling. 

 Please, No foam, No peanuts, No packing material, and No wax-coated cartons or boxes (e.g. milk, juice)


GLASS BOTTLES AND JARS

  • Throw away caps and lids.
  • Rinse clean.
  • To protect your eyes, look away as you place glass in our container.

No Pyrex, No heat resistant glass, No ceramic, No china, No light bulbs, and No mirrors.


Plastic Bottles

  •  Bottles only.
  • Drain and Rinse bottles

Please, No plastic bags

 

Plastic Bottles

Magazines

Magazines and Catalogs

  • Must be printed on glossy paper.
  • Staples do not need to be removed.
  • Remove from boxes or bags and place loose magazines into container provided.

Please, No Newspaper Inserts, No loose sheets, No junk mail, No plastic wrappers, No product samples, and No non-shiny covers or pages.


Newspaper

  • Newspaper Inserts
  • Phone Books
  • Computer Paper

 Newspaper inserts are OK. 

Computer paper may have green, gray or blue bars.

Tear phone books into sections one inch or thinner and throw away covers.

Please, No wet newspaper, No plastic bags and No bundles tied with string.

 

Newspaper

steel Cans

steel Cans

Steel Cans

  • ­ Food Cans
  • Aerosol Cans
  • Paint Cans
  1. Empty and rinse clean.
  2. Remove paper labels.
  3. Place loose lids in cans and pinch ends closed to keep lid inside and to prevent cuts.

Separate from Aluminum Beverage Cans.

 

Please, No coat hangers*, No wires* and No scrap steel*

* See scrap metal.


Not Recycled 
Materials We Cannot Recycle.

  • No Plastic Except Bottles
  • No Drink Boxes or Wax Cartons
  • No Wet Newspaper
  • No Light Bulbs     
  • NO Mirrors
  • No Trash
  • No Yard Waste*
  • No Plastic Bags*
  • No Polystyrene*
  • No Used Motor Oil*

*Local Businesses recycle these items.