What about objects you can’t put in your curbside recycle bins? Here are places in town that take some of those.


  • glass canning jars, vases, and drinking glasses
  • glass doors and windows
  • carpet
  • corks
  • non-upholstered furniture
  • wood, dimensional lumber and plywood
  • building materials: lumber, bricks, doors, cabinets, hardware, plumbing, and lighting

Batteries + Bulbs

  • car batteries
  • batteries (rechargeable, mercury, lithium). Alkaline go in the trash.
  • florescent light tubes and bulbs

St. Vincent de Paul

  • air conditioners
  • refrigerators, freezers, stoves, washers and dryers
  • styrofoam
  • cars
  • cell phones, stereos, radios, televisions, computers

For a more complete list, check the kiosk in the lobby at church. Look for “Where to Take It.” 

Do you have Personal Green Choices to share with all of us? I will collect them for future segments. Email Marilyn Flick at flick7956@msn.com.