What can I recycle at home?Apex
Rolesville - I wasn't able to find the details of Rolesville's recycling contract online. If you email the Town of Rolesville at firstname.lastname@example.org, Mr. Hicks (Town Manager) will send you a pdf with the list.
What can I recycle through CUCC?Batteries (AAA, AA, C, D, watch/hearing aid) - NOT LEAKING - put on cabinet in Vaughan Fellowship Hall or hand to Jane or Gary Smith
Florescent light bulbs (long or compact) - NOT BROKEN - hand to Jane or Gary Smith - DO NOT put on shelf in Fellowship Hall !!! (Please, please don't leave them. Obviously, broken glass is dangerous and the mercury used in all florescent bulbs is a (temporary, but serious) health risk.)
Thanks, Jeanne!!!!! (What do I do with my bottle caps now?)Many thanks to Jeanne Ledbetter who has now retired after years of delivering our bottle caps to an Aveda salon.
Here's what you can do with your caps now.
Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Raleigh, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, Zebulon residents - Wash the caps and plastic bottle. Screw cap on plastic container and recycle. Loose caps will be thrown away because they fall through the sorting screens.
Apex, Cary, Clayton, Holly Springs - Your town says to discard them, SO take them to an Aveda salon near you. Here are photos of which caps they'll take. Please be careful not to give them the wrong caps - they "pollute" the recycling stream, causing greater expense and more caps being discarded. Thanks, Aveda, for taking care of our community.
- posted by Jane Smith (because I had to figure out what to do with my bottle caps)