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Recycle center relocates


The Public Works Recycle Center, formerly known as the Self-Serve Recycle Center, has been relocated from 1152 Restore Hope on South Post to 6000 Guard Lane. New hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; the facility is closed on all federal holidays.
Items in the following categories are accepted:
wCardboard (corrugated and noncorrugated, broken down)
wGlass (all colors)
wPlastics (recycling numbers 1-7 including plastic bags, wraps, etc., except no polystyrene / Styrofoam)
wMetal (food containers, tins, al-uminum foil and aluminum trays)
wPaper (office, newspaper, junk mail, magazines and paperbacks. Shredded paper must be bagged separately.)
wBrown wrapping paper
wAlkaline batteries.
All recyclable items must be sorted by categories listed above, empty and rinsed.
Temporarily, the Self-Serve Recycling Center at Bldg. 1152 will remain open 24 hours a day until Friday, when the site will be permanently closed and transferred to the center on Guard Lane.
The PW Recycle and Refuse Center phone number is 772-6445.
Units that require special recycling service can call the Recycling Center.
Off-post and Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes residents must recycle within the local community’s ordinance and New York state laws.
Questions may be directed to Donna Mansulla, PW Environmental Compliance, 772-4156 or Jeff Meier, customer service representative, Public Works at 772-5182.
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