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  • 1. Newspapers (Do Not Tie, Bundle or Put in Plastic Bags) Magazines Cardboard (Corrugated and Flattened) Catalogs (Stapled Bindings OK – No Glue)
  • 2. Office Paper Must be taken to Waste Management (No Neon Colors or Carbon) INCLUDES:  White or Pastel Computer  Ledger  Glossy  Envelopes  Inter-Office Envelopes  File Folders  Junk Mail
  • 3. Commingled  Aluminum Cans  Tin Cans  1 & 2 Plastic Bottles with Necks  Glass