Recycling Info

Customers of Taylor Waste will receive a 95 gallon container with a blue lid. All recycling items are to be placed in the container with no sorting necessary.

 

ITEMS THAT CAN BE PLACED IN THE CONTAINER:

  • Newspaper, Magazine, Junk Mail, Aluminum, Tin, Metal Cans, All Paper, Cardboard
  • Plastic #’s 1 thru 7 Plastics 1-7
  • No Glass – No Trash – No Yard Waste

Recycling information

Recycling is collected twice a month.

COTTONWOOD
Tuesday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Tuesday
Wednesday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Wednesday
Thursday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Thursday

SEDONA NORTH (North Side of Hwy 89A and Uptown)

Monday Trash pick up day- Recycling = 1st & 3rd Monday

SEDONA SOUTH (South Side of Hwy 89A)

Monday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Monday

VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK AND HIGHWAY 179

Tuesday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 1st and 3rd Tuesday

CORNVILLE

Thursday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Thursday

CAMP VERDE

Friday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 1st and 3rd Friday

VERDE SANTE FE

Friday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Friday

RIMROCK + LAKE MONTEZUMA

Friday Trash Pick up day – Recycling = 2nd and 4th Friday

 

Recycling is a series of activities that includes collecting recyclable materials that would otherwise be considered waste, sorting and processing recyclables into raw materials such as fibers, and manufacturing raw materials into new products.

Collecting and processing secondary materials, manufacturing recycled-content products, and then purchasing recycled products creates a circle or loop that ensures the overall success and value of recycling.

In 1999, recycling and composting activities prevented about 64 million tons of material from ending up in landfills and incinerators. Today, this country recycles 28 percent of its waste, a rate that has almost doubled during the past 15 years.

 

RECYCLE BIN WILL HAVE A BLUE LID

RECYCLE BIN

 

There is also an amazing recycling center called Sedona Recycles where you can drop off your recyclables any time – 24 hours, 7 days a week – at over 20 drop off locations in Sedona, Cornville, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Jerome, Lake Montezuma and Sedona.

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