Most paper products can now be recycled

Did you know?Shopping bag filled with mixed paper for recycling

Chances are that your curbside recycling program accepts more types of paper these days than just flattened cardboard boxes and newspapers. Many areas can also recycle clean and dry computer paper, ledger paper, wrapping, arts and craft paper, mail, flyers, telephone books, note cards, blueprints, magazines, file folders, paper bags, Post-it notes, catalogs and all envelopes including those with windows. Some also accept “chipboard” boxes, including empty rolls of toilet paper, cereal boxes, frozen food boxes, shoeboxes and detergent boxes. Check your local program for the latest information.  With the new ‘generation’ of recycling, the programs change regularly!

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