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Recycling is picked up every other week on your regular garbage day. All items should be placed inside the city supplied recycling cart for automated curbside pick up.

Click here to view the Tri-County Recycling Guidelines.

Recyclable items include:
  • cereal/cracker boxes
  • corrugated cardboard
  • junk mail
  • home and office paper
  • newspaper
  • magazines
  • catalogs
  • paper egg cartons
  • paper towel rolls
  • plastic bottles
  • plastic containers
  • dairy containers and lids
  • produce, bakery and deli containers
  • aluminum cans
  • empty aerosol cans
  • glass bottles and jars all colors
  • steel/tin cans

  • Remove and discard all screw caps and give a quick rinse.
DO NOT RECYCLE:
  • Gift wrap
  • tissue
  • waxed paper
  • plastic bags
  • styrofoam
  • motor oil containers
  • aluminum pans/foil
  • empty steel paint cans
  • window glass
  • ceramics or china
  • empty paint cans
How to place recycling at the curb:

  • Place all recyclable materials in your City supplied recycling cart. There is no need to separate paper from glass, aluminum, plastic, and tin.
  • Please do not place recyclables in plastic bags and do not place trash in your recycling cart.
  • All cardboard should be cut to fit inside the recycling cart.
  • Because garbage and recycling are picked by separate trucks, keep your recycling container 5 ft away from obstructions such as, your trash can, mailbox, utility poles, trees, and parked cars. If possible put garbage & recycling on opposite sides of the driveway.
  • Be sure to have recyclables at the curb the night before your collection day. Collection begins at 4:30 AM.
  • All recyclables must fit into your cart with the lid CLOSED. For extra recyclables, you may: save for a future pick-up day, ask a neighbor if they have extra room in their cart, bring to the County drop off site, located at 1419 Holland Road, Appleton - Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm and Saturdays 7:00 am to 11:00am.
For Recycling collection concerns, please contact Inland Service Corporation 759-0501

For Recycling questions & information contact Outagamie County Solid Waste & Recycling 832-5277. Select Option #2
or email recycle@co.outagamie.wi.us

Contact:  Outagamie County Department of Solid Waste
Phone: (920) 968-5721
Address:  Outagamie County
Recycling Coordinator
1419 Holland Road
Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
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