503.357.3510

P.O. Box 628 Cornelius OR 97113
Cornelius Disposal Service

Cornelius Disposal Service, Inc.
P.O. Box 628, Cornelius, OR 97113
p:  503-357-3510   |   f:  503-690-7962   |    office@corneliusdisposalservice.com

Office 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday

Mobile phone or tablet app

For RESIDENTIAL recycling
​collection schedules


Download the
Garbage and Recycling App  to have your schedule and recycling information on your phone or tablet device. 

  • On the mobile device, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
    ​* Please note this app is for RESIDENTIAL collection schedules only
  • Search for "Garbage and Recycling Day."
  • Download the free app.
  • After downloading and opening the "When is collection day?" screen will open.
  • Search for an address to begin.​
  • For details and  information, see the Collection Calendar page.

YES
Include these

NO
Keep out

Tips

NEWSPAPERS

MAGAZINES

CATALOGS

PHONE BOOKS
  • Newspapers and advertisements
  • Magazine inserts
  • Postcards
  • Junk mail/scrap paper
  • Phone books
  • Rubber bands
  • Plastic newspaper bags
  • Plastic packaging around magazines or phone books
  • Foam egg cartons or meat trays
  • Contain scrap paper, junk mail & publications in a paper bag & close to prevent littering when the container is tipped.
  • Paper with tape, staples, clips & spiral notebooks OK
CARDBOARD
  • Flatten cardboard boxes
  • Three foot by three foot pieces maximum
  • Wax-coated cardboard
  • Take-out food containers
  • Pizza boxes
  • Styrofoam or plastic packaging
  • Material must fall freely from recycling container when tipped

MILK CARTONS

DRINK BOXES
  • Aseptic drink/soy and soup boxes
  • Milk, juice and beverage cartons
  • Rinse food residue from cartons

SCRAP OR JUNK MAIL

NEWSPAPER

PAPER CARTONS

CEREAL BOXES
  • Junk mail
  • Paper of all colors
  • Envelopes (windows & labels OK)
  • Wrapping paper and tubes
  • Copy and office paper
  • Cereal/cracker boxes
  • Paper tubes (towels and paper)
  • Coffee cups or disposable plates
  • Frozen food boxes
  • Bubble wrap envelopes
  • Paper towels
  • Tissue or napkins
  • Paper coated with food, wax, foil or plastic

  • Paper with tape, staples, clips, and spiral notebooks OK
  • Contain scrap paper and junk mail in a paper bag and close

PLASTIC BOTTLES, BUCKETS & TUBS

  • Plastic bottles
  • Plastic tubs (yogurt–type containers
    (six ounce or larger),
  • Rigid nursery pots (four inches or larger)
  • Buckets (up to five gallons)
  • Plastic lids
  • Plastic take-out/bakery/deli food containers
  • Bottles that have contained motor oil, pesticides or herbicides.
  • Fruit/bakery plastic clamshells
  • Rinse debris from containers
  • Do not flatten

METAL & AEROSOL CANS

  • Aluminum, tin and steel food and beverage cans
  • Pet food cans
  • Empty spray paint, hairspray, whipped cream cans

  • Plastic caps

  • Rinse food cans to remove particles
  • Place metal lids inside food cans and crimp closed
  • Do not flatten
  • Do not puncture aerosol cans

METAL PAINT CANS

  • Metal paint and stain cans

  • No wet paint in can
  • Recycle metal lids with other scrap metal
  • Keep lid off metal paint can
  • Less than one inch dried paint remaining in can
ALUMINUM FOIL & SCRAP METAL
  • Clean aluminum foil or trays
  • Crumple into loosely-packed balls
  • Scrap metal pieces smaller than 30 inches in any direction and less than 30 pounds
  • Nails, screws, door hinges, metal lids

  • Food stuck to foil or baking tray
  • Metal with plastic, food, or other non-metal material attached
  • No automotive scrap metal with grease

  • Contain small metal pieces in larger metal food can and crimp closed

GLASS BOTTLES
AND JARS

  • Glass bottles and jars
  • All colors OK
  • Labels OK
  • Light bulbs
  • Dishware/ceramics
  • Drinking glasses
  • Flower vases
  • Mirrors or broken glass of any kind
  • Remove lids and corks
  • Keep glass separate from other recyclables
  • Use red bin or other sturdy, rain-proof container or bucket.
USED MOTOR OIL
  • Place used motor oil in a clear (see-through) gallon jug with screw top lid next to the mixed recycling container for collection.*
  • Mixing used motor oil with any other liquid
  • Antifreeze
  • Other liquids
  • Residents of multifamily properties should first contact their property manager to determine whether used motor oil is collected by the garbage and recycling company.


WHAT TO PUT IN THE RECYCLING ROLL CART AND GLASS BIN


Mobile device users, please visit the Recycle at Home page for details.



RECYCLING