Mixed Recycling, or Single-Stream Recycling is a way to save some money over getting a general garbage
box sent to the dump. Ordering a Mixed Recycling box is essentially placing a larger version of your
residential/commercial blue cart at your site. Anything that you can place in your blue cart, you can put
in this debris box. Items include glass bottles, cans, filler paper, cardboard, phone books, hard plastic
items, etc. Just be sure that the items aren't contaminated with food or hazardous waste or the box
will be reclassified as a garbage box and will incur higher costs. A full list of what can and can't go in the
Mixed Recycling boxes is here.
20 Yard Box
Great for source separated recycling jobs in which LEED reporting is crucial. Mixed recycling boxes can be a combination of any of the following materials: Cardboard, paper, glass bottles, plastic containers, rigid plastics, metal and aluminum, cartons and textiles.
30 Yard Box
Excellent for larger recycling or new building recycling jobs. Also good for office clean-outs where excess recyclables will be removed.
40 Yard Box
Large project box. Very useful is access to entry/exit is difficult to reach. Not recommended for high density scrap metal.