Recycling

Stockwell Recycles

 


Keep Stockwell Beautiful offers recycling opportunities throughout the Lauramie Township community. Our recycling bin is emptied every 3 days. Thank you to all who have helped us protect our environment by reducing, reusing and recycling!
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Million pounds


In 2013, Keep Stockwell Beautiful broke the 1 million pound collection goal with the year-end total exceeding 1.2 million pounds.
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Million pounds


In 2014, our community recycled 1.4 million pounds.

About Recycling in Stockwell

 


 

The recycling bin is for all to use. Citizens do not have to be from Lauramie Township. Please do not leave items at the recycling station that cannot be recycled.  There is a sign that gives you specific information on what can and cannot be left at the bin.

We appreciate you using the bin for recycling only. Please consider the following requests:

When dropping items off, please be sure to rinse your cans and jars so that we do not have an issue with rodents.

Smashing cardboard and plastic containers helps with the issue of space.
Television sets and other electronics are not acceptable.

Household items can only be placed in the bin if they are made of PLASTIC only!
The bins are no longer divided. All CLEAN recycling can be combined in the bin.

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What can I recycle?

 


 

The following items are accepted at the Recycling Center in Stockwell:

  • Styrofoam
  • Catalogs
  • Phone books
  • Magazines
  • Newspaper
  • Cardboard
  • All colors of clean glass
  • Plastics 1-7
  • Smashed aluminum cans
Please note: There is a $500 fine for noncompliance of the recycling standards that are in place for the bin in Stockwell.