The City of Annapolis offers the boating community an opportunity to recycle while visiting here.
Recycling containers are the blue, wheeled carts located in the parking lot near Susan Campbell Park.
All recyclable materials can be placed together in the same containers.
Paper. Most types of paper products that comes into your home, including all cardboard boxes (examples are cracker, cereal, frozen food, dry food, pizza boxes)
Shredded Paper. Place shredded paper in paper bags, securely fold over the top and place in the recycling container. Think before you shred. Only shred paper that contains sensitive information
Plastic. Storage containers and rigid plastic (examples bottles, jars, jugs, buckets, flower pots, toys, lawn furniture). No Plastic Bags.
Metal. Aluminum/ Steel/ Tin cans, foil and pans, empty aerosol cans.
Glass. Bottles, jars, and containers of any color, shape and size.
Food Waste or recyclables heavily contaminated with food.
Although plastic trays, cups, utensils, snack bags, and film plastic can be recycled, it is not accepted within the City's Recycling program due to the problems it causes with the mechanical equipment at the processing facility.
Plastic bags are not acceptable for recycling at the curb due to the problems it causes with the mechanical equipment at the processing facility.Many grocery stores accept plastic bags. Check with your local grocer for more details.
Although Styrofoam can be recycled, it is currently not accepted within the City's recycling program. Styrofoam is a very light material and because of this it tends to contaminate other recyclables when collected in a mixed stream. To ensure that we receive the highest value for all other recyclables that the City currently accepts in the program, Styrofoam is excluded from the list of materials recyclable items.
Used motor oil/ antifreeze bottles even if empty.
Broken glass (examples are mirrors, drinking glasses).