Plastic Caps and Rings OK to Recycle
For more information contact:
Rodd Pemble, Recycling Manager
Sanitary Service Company
Plastic Caps and Rings NOW RECYCLABLE
with PLASTIC BOTTLES, GLASS and Cans
BELLINGHAM, WA. – Sanitary Service Company (SSC), Whatcom County’s largest recycling and garbage collection company, announced today that plastic caps and rings, like those from water bottles and milk jugs, can be recycled with other plastic bottles and containers, glass and cans in SSC’s residential or commercial recycling programs, or through one of SSC’s drop-off recycling centers. Caps and rings can be placed loose in customer’s recycling bin or Toter. Plastics collected by SSC are delivered to Northwest Recycling in Bellingham where they are sorted, baled and shipped for processing.
For questions or a detailed list of acceptable items and how to prepare them for recycling, call SSC at (360) 734-3490 or visit www.ssc-inc.com.
About Sanitary Service Company, Inc.
Established in 1929, SSC, Inc. is Whatcom County’s largest recycling and waste collection company, serving over 45,000 residential and commercial customers. SSC is a locally-owned and family-operated business that runs its fleet on biodiesel fuel and offices on 100% Green Power. Named 2006 Recycler of the Year by the Washington State Recycling Association, SSC is also a 5-Star participant in the EnviroStars pollution prevention program. The company collects a wide variety of recyclable materials through its recycling collection programs including papers, glass, metal, plastics, food/compostable papers, yard debris, electronics and construction/demolition debris. For more information, visit www.ssc-inc.com.