All recycling programs are unique. Get to know the recycling programs you use most often and stay alert for updates. Ways to check locally include:
- Check printed materials from your local government or recycling provider
- Browse the website of your local government or recycling provider
- Call your local government or recycling provider
- Check with local retailers (such as Target) for drop-off locations, including receptacles for plastic bags and films with the How2Recycle “Store Drop-Off” label.
Find a Recycling Location
Find out what you can recycle in your curbside bin or at drop-off locations like your favorite grocery store or your community run drop-off sites.
Search by Zip-code – Search for curbside information and other recycling locations by zip-code and material type at Earth911.
Keep America Beautiful Search – Search for recycling information by zip-code or city and state using Keep America Beautiful’s search engine.
The Carton Council – State by state guide to recycling food & beverage cartons (e.g. soups, juice boxes, milk, and creamers).
Expanded Polystyrene Foam Drop-off locations for expanded polystyrene, also known as packaging foam.
Packing peanuts and polystyrene loose fill drop-off locations.
Plastic Bag & Film Recycling – Store Drop-off Locations for plastic bags and films, including those with the How2Recycle “Store Drop-Off” label