*Please be sure to contact Moring Disposal to ensure there is recycling collection in your area.
Recyclables should be placed at the curb the evening before your pick up day. All residences must have a recycling bin at the curb to help the driver identify your stop for recycling collection that day. In the event that you have more recyclables than your bin will hold, simply place excess items in a separate bag or container next to your bin. When using anything besides a recycling bin be sure to clearly mark for recycling. Additional recycling bins are available at the Freeport Recycling Center or from Moring Disposal.
Newsprint can be stacked on the bottom of the bin with all other material comingled on top. Please do not dispose of plastic bags in your recycling bin or use them to contain excess recyclable items as these contaminate the recycled material. Styrofoam and blister packaging are also not recyclable and should be set out with your trash. Contact Moring Disposal with questions regarding details of the specific program in your community.
Tin & Aluminum Cans and formed containers:
i.e. pie tins and foil products. Rinse completely and place lids inside of cans. Crush as needed to ensure that lids do not fall out creating the potential for injury. Labels do not need to be removed.
Glass Jars & Bottles only:
Rinse & remove lids. Labels do not need to be removed.
Plastic Jugs and bottles:
Containers with the numbers 1 through 7 on the bottom.
Rinse & remove lids. Labels do not need to be removed. Containers should be free of any liquids.
Bundle, contain in paper bags or place in the bottom of your recycling bin. All newsprint is acceptable.
Includes envelopes, fliers, brochures, bill stubs, advertisements from bills, old papers, all white and colored papers. Place in grocery bag or container to avoid the possibility for blowing.
Brown kraft paper bags:
Grocery, shopping, lunch bags, etc.
Corrugated (Cardboard Boxes):
Break down, bundle or neatly stack in manageable sizes not to exceed 3 foot square.
Food boxes such as cereal, baking goods, hamburger helper, macaroni, pasta type boxes, clothing boxes, shoe boxes, toy & game boxes, etc. Beverage cartons, i.e. 12 pack, cases, 6 pack carriers, etc. Bundle or bag all items.
The Freeport Recycling Center, located in Freeport, Illinois is a commercial recycling division of Moring Disposal. Freeport Recycling Center offers a variety of recycling service options for business, industrial and institutional concerns throughout northern Illinois. One of the most popular and fastest growing services offered by this facility is on-site confidential document shredding. This service is provided by the mobile shredding vehicle appropriately known as the Shred Beast. A variety of service options are available for this service depending on your needs. The Shred Beast can spend as much as a half day or more at your facility or simply stop in for just a few banker's boxes. Regularly scheduled document shredding services are also available and include locking 65 gallon carts for convenient, on-site confidential document storage. For more information on confidential document shredding services you can contact the Freeport Recycling Center directly at the following link. www.freeportrecyclingcenter.com.