Fall is the time of year when we clean up around our homes, farms, and businesses in preparation for winter. Now is the time to put away the tools and equipment that were used all through the growing season. This cool weather that has been ushered in makes for great working temperatures!
Before all the leaves fall from the trees and the snow piles up high, gather up all your plastics and recycle the eligible materials!
Bundle up that drip tape as you lift it from the rows, but make sure you keep and reuse those pricey fittings and nozzles! They’ll come in handy next year! Simply remove the crop material as the tape is wound up into a manageable size. Store it somewhere where the leaves can’t get mixed into it until you are ready to send it off for recycling.
All of the starter trays, pots, and flats that are taking up space can be sent off to recycle, too!
Did you know that you can earn 5 cents a pound by for the #6 polystyrene material? Simply have it separated from the other material and if it is a large volume, have it stacked on a pallet! We do accept the #2 hdpe and #5 polypropylene pots and trays as well! However, we can only offer free disposal at this time on those. All material must be reasonably clean and dry! Knock out the potting soil. You paid for it and we don’t need it!
Contact us when you are ready to send your recyclables off! For info on what else we accept for recycling see the materials tab above!