Omaha Residential Recycling Made Convenient
Interested in recycling, but can’t fit it into your schedule? The truth is, it’s not always easy to find time for recycling at home. Between work and family obligations, who has time to sort recycling into plastics, metals, and paper, and then take those items out to your nearest recycling drop-off?
Abe’s Trash Service, Inc. is the longest running trash company in Omaha and we understand there isn’t always time to fit recycling into your busy schedule. That’s why we provide convenient residential recycling pickup services and single-stream recycling, helping you balance your environmental goals with your time and budget.
What is Single-Stream Residential Recycling?
Recycling used to require sorting your plastic, paper, and other materials into separate bins before dropping them off or having them picked up. With single stream recycling, all of your paper, plastics, metals, and other recyclable materials are placed in the same bin and later sorted by the depositor—not you. There’s no more worrying about sorting recyclables into different materials with our easy single-stream residential recycling service.
Not only does this make recycling more convenient for you, it lowers collection costs. With recycling now as simple as throwing out the trash—you simply put them in a pickup recycling bin and place the bin by your curb—it’s easier than ever for you and your family to make your lifestyle more sustainable!
Reduce Your Impact On The Environment
With our convenient recycling pickup and trash removal services, you can do your part to reduce your impact on the environment and divert more trash from going to landfills. Customers can use an 18-gallon bin or a 95-gallon cart for recycling.
Single-Stream Recycling Pickup
Rather than throwing recyclable materials in with the trash, simply put them in a pickup recycling bin and place the bin by your curb. No more worrying about sorting recyclables into different materials with our easy single-stream residential recycling service.
What Should Go in Your Residential Recycling Bin?
Even though single-stream recycling makes it easy and convenient to do your part in responsible resource conservation, you’ll still want to be mindful of what you can and can’t recycle. First, you’ll want to make sure you’re using an 18-gallon bin or a 95-gallon cart for recycling. We’ve provided a list of acceptable and non-acceptable recyclables below to take the guess-work out of recycling. Print out this list and hang it above your recycling bins for an even better reminder.
- Aluminum and tin (please rinse containers)
- Aerosol cans and paint cans (must be empty)
- Paper: newspaper, magazines, brown grocery bags, telephone books, catalogs, office paper, envelopes, cereal boxes, beverage boxes, frozen food packages, and juice boxes
- Cardboard: clean corrugated cardboard boxes or shipping boxes under the bin. Break down or cut the boxes so they are flat
- Plastic: Rinse out containers. We accept numbers 1 through 7 plastic containers. To find the number, look at the bottom of the container for the recycling symbol with numbers 1 to 7
- Plastic Bags
- Soiled Paper
- Tissue Paper
- Paper Towels
- Wax Coated Paper
OUR RECYCLING PICKUP SERVICES LAST YEAR HELPED KEEP 35 MILLION POUNDS OF MATERIAL OUT OF THE LANDFILL!
Why Should You Recycle?
Because together we can make a difference in the amount of trash that goes into our landfills. Did you know recycling is the top action society can do to simultaneously improve the environment, the economy, sustainable manufacturing, and to prevent waste from entering our oceans? Despite this, recycling levels in the United States are currently 21.4%—if that rate went up to 75%, it would be the environmental equivalent of taking 55 million cars from US roads each year! A 75% recycling rate among Americans would also produce about 1.5 million new jobs. All in all, recycling is an “absolute win!” Conserve our planet’s finite natural resources, conserve fresh water, protect the oceans and the forests, and reduce the use of fossil fuel energy and CO2 emissions with our simple single-stream recycling services!
Rely On Abe’s Trash Service for Residential Recycling
For more information about our waste management and residential recycling services, call our team today! Our recycling experts can’t wait to help you and the environment.