Recycling Waste Examples and Guidelines

Recycling Office Waste Paper

All clean white, bright, colored, and coated papers are recyclable. Place the following different types of papers in your recycling container.

 

 

Envelopes

Folders

Data Processing

Mail

Miscellaneous

 

With Window

With Plastic Tabs

Computer Printouts

Letters

Posters

With Labels

Manila

Adding Machine Tapes

Pamphlets

NCR Invoices

Colored

Colored

Accounting Ledgers

Brochures

Carbonless Forms

Coated

Coated

Tabulating and Time Cards

Advertisements     Booklets

Manuals with Glued Bindings

 

 

 

 

Soft Covered Books- With White Pages







 

Correspondence     

 

Colored Sheets

Receipts

Copy and Typing Paper

Legal Pads

Fax and Telex Sheets

Interoffice Memos

Looseleaf Pages

Scratch and Message Pads

Self-Adhesive Notes

   

Remove plastic tabs and plastic or wire spirals. However paper clips,

rubber bands staples, tape and adhesive labels do not have to be removed.

Tear sensitive papers as appropriate.

 


Non-Recyclable Office Waste

Place low brightness paper, contaminated papers and non-paper items in your trash container

 

Food Waste

Brown Papers

 

Contaminated Plates

Lunch Bags

Napkins and Cups

Brown Envelopes

Waxed Paper

Goldenrod Envelopes

Candy Wrappers

Brown File Folders

Restroom Papers

Boxes

 

News Quality Papers

Trash

 

Phone Books

Computer Binders

Magazines

Three Ring Binders

Trade Magazines

Copy Paper Wrappers

News Inserts and Flyers

Hard Cover Books, Under One Inch Thick

Pocket Novels with Gray Papers

Wallpaper

Gray Cartons

Carbon Paper