GO ALL IN AUGUST 1ST

“Welcome to your Single Stream Recycling Program!
Here’s all the information you need to start recycling…

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Glass bottles & jars

Empty and rinse containers.

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Plastic bottles & jugs

Labels and lids are OK.

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Paper & cardboard

Flatten all boxes. Cardboard must fit in your cart.

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Aluminum & steel cans

Place all items in your cart loosely.

empty & rinse containers

flatten all boxes

no trash, yard waste, plastic bags

FIND INFORMATION FOR YOUR COMMUNITY

Watch How You Can Go All in

ABOUT YOUR CART

Your 95-gallon cart has room for all your recyclables and allows for every-other-week collection. Most households generate enough recyclables to make the large cart necessary. Collecting recyclables in big carts every two weeks keeps costs low and increases efficiency.

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RECYCLING FACTS

THINK BEYOND THE CART

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What doesn’t go in?
Have items that don’t belong in your recycling cart—but you don’t think they should be thrown away? You’re in the right place!

Electronics

Medical sharps

Paints, pesticides, cleaners, and other chemicals

Appliances, white goods and tires in Scott County

Appliances, white goods and tires in Rock Island County

Scott County residents can search the recycling database or download the app.

HOW WE RECYCLE

It’s time to rethink recycling. When we “Go All In” we conserve energy, save landfill space, and make our home a cleaner and more beautiful place. Join your neighbors, friends and businesses across the area for a better community and planet. Are you all in?

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Raise a Hand

Rascal the Racoon, mascot for the Quad Cities River Bandits, reaches for the sky to celebrate Go All In, the new recycling program in Scott County.

Attention!

New, blue recycling carts will report for duty in summer 2016 in service of the new Go All In recycling program in Scott County.

Heavy lifting

Eli Klipsch of Davenport muscles milk jugs into the family’s new recycling cart.

Go All In, Brah!

Recycling always on your mind? Recycling (and pizza) aficionados Kurt Liske and Bill Patton can relate.

GO Team

Brandy Welvaert and Liz Lareau show some eco-spirit in support of their favorite sport: recycling, of course!

Green Scene

Greg Aguilar and Brandy Donaldson dream of an even greener, cleaner Davenport through single-stream recycling.

Starting August 1, 2016

An easier way to recycle is coming August 1, 2016. One recycling cart: It all goes in.

Boots on the Ground

These uniformed characters are the guys who take care of your recyclables AFTER you Go All In. (Left to right: Rayce Christiansen, Joe Masterson, Jon Kimes, Jason Bollman, and Eric Peekenschneider.)