Signs and Printed materials

Schools, businesses, apartment communities and others who want to be sure they are Recycling it Right can use these to re-label their indoor collection bins.   (they will be updated as needed) 

2018 Update- there are 4 different collection instructions in Lane County, depending upon where you live and if it's collected at the curb or you take it directly to transfer station

Be sure to confirm with your collection service provider to ensure you are using the signs that match the program instructions. 


Two styles of signs available to print and post as needed:  
    
image yes/no sign          image recycle sign
The yes/no sign on left is available on adhesive backing for schools businesses, multifamily properties, etc.  Contact us to order quantities. 
Please Note: When reading YES categories, they should be interpreted as "these and nothing else". The NO items on the yes/no signs are a guide based on commonly asked questions but cannot be all inclusive.

Most rural communities - No Plastics: 
Commingled Recycling Image sign with Yes/No
Commingled Sign w/ Yes Images

Eugene/Springfield/Creswell/Veneta Florence and Rural Sanipac Services - Plastic Milk jugs and drink bottles only:
Commingled Recycling Image sign with Yes/No 
Commingled Sign w/ Yes Images

Rural Transfer Stations - #2 HDPE not colored only:
 Commingled Recycling sign with Yes/No
 Commingled sign w/ Yes Images

Glenwood Central Receiving Station collects each material segregated by commodity or material type.  Print only the pages that reflect what you want to collect from your facility.

Make your own custom sign: 
http://www.stopwaste.org/signmaker
Check out this option to drag and drop the specific materials you want to collect and make your own signs for a specific project. 


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Do you wish people understood recycling better?  If you want to help get the word out that recycling paint, or electronics, or light bulbs, is so easy!  We've got a brochure for that--click the dropdown button below for a list of available brochures.  

Businesses, property managers, teachers, and responsible community members that wish to educate and support their community with recycling and waste preventing information are welcome contact us to order any quantity of the below printed resources or use any articles from our newsletters in your own business or community communications.

Master Recycler Program Coordinator - 541-682-2059
Waste Reduction Specialist - 541-682-4339

News, Flyers and More

The Transfer News, and School Newsletter, are available forimage other distributions to educate the community.




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 This handy single page double-sided Recycling News for the Community has great relevant articles. 



Labeling supplies - Stickers
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 Adhesive Stickers  8 in. x 10 in.  for instructional sign at Instruction Decal imagecollection point.  (existing stock ordered prior to 2018 changes-corrections can be made by hand)






To order, contact us by email or by calling 541-682-4339