For styrofoam, will accept all forms except packing peanuts. Must be clean, no food stains. Some fees may apply, check website for details.Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9:00am-4:00pm, Saturday 8:00am-3:00pm Materials Accepted: Aluminum Cans, Appliances, Batteries - car/ motorcycle/ truck, Batteries - Rechargeable (cell phone/ camera/ tool/ lithium ion/ ni-cad), Bicycles, Books, Cardboard, Clothing, Copper, Dehumidifiers, Electronics - Small Office (laptops / desktop printers / desktop fax machines), Fluorescent Compact Bulbs, Fluorescent Tubes, Glass Bottles and Jars, Ink Cartridges (inkjet printer), Matresses, Metals- ferrous (most metals with iron or steel), Paint, Plastic - Non-Bottle Containers (cooking oil / peanut butter containers), Plastic Bags- ALL, Plastic Bottles, Propane Tanks, Refrigerator, Smoke Detectors, Styrofoam/ EPS Foam, Television Sets, Tires - Used, Toilets, Wine Corks
Recycling centers that accept: Glass Bottles and Jars
Glass recycling for City of Duluth residents and businesses ONLY. Acceptable glass includes: bottles, jars, and glass containers. Glass that is NOT accepted includes: computer monitor and television glass, light bulbs, mirrors and ceramic. No boxes or bags allowed.Phone: (770) 476-2454 Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm Materials Accepted: Glass Bottles and Jars
A Hall County drop-off facility that accepts materials from Gwinnett residents.Hours: Monday-Saturday 7:30am-6:30pm, Sunday 11:00am-6:00pm Materials Accepted: Aluminum Cans, Books, Cardboard, Glass Bottles and Jars, Magazines, Motor Oil, Newspaper, Plastic - Non-Bottle Containers (cooking oil / peanut butter containers), Plastic Bottles
**City of Norcross residents only** For whole glass bottles only. No mirrors, windows, computer monitors or television sets. No need to separate the glass by color.
345 Lively Avenue
Norcross, Georgia 30071
This location accepts these materials from all residents, not just City of Snellville residents, unless otherwise specified.
2531 Marigold Rd
Snellville, Georgia 30078