RECYCLING CENTER The Town of Worcester Recycling Center is located at N6438 North Loop Road in Phillips, Wisconsin. Hours of Operation: Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Recycling Manager: Terry Michek - 715-339-3144 Recycling Attendants: Randy Bolton and Gary Patrie Recycling Center Phone: 715-339-6315 Recycling Center Rules To keep the flow moving at the center as fast as possible, we would appreciate if you would have your recyclables SORTED CORRECTLY BEFORE YOU COME TO THE CENTER. You MUST have a card for admission. Cards can be obtained from the Worcester Town Clerk. The charge for household garbage is $2.00 per bag up to 33 gallons; $3.00 per bag up to 66 gallons and $4.50 per bag if larger than 66 gallons. (Since these bags are quite heavy, it will be your responsibility to place them in the dumpster.) You supply the bag; tags can be purchased at the recycling center or from the Town Clerk. No liquids, paint, oil, or asphalt shingles are permitted in garbage. You will not be charged for clean recyclable material that the town has a market for IF RECYCLING IS DONE PER THESE DIRECTIONS. These items include: cardboard, newspaper, magazines, tin cans, aluminum cans, glass food containers, #1 thru #7 plastic containers (soda, milk, water, laundry, and ice cream containers with caps and lids removed). Styrofoam and other plastic must be put in household garbage and be paid for. THERE IS A CHARGE FOR WHITE GOODS such as household appliances, tires, brush, fluorescent bulbs, and electronics. Please see the recycling attendant for current charges for these items. NEWSPAPER AND BROWN PAPER BAGS (No charge). Stack and tie in two directions with good twine or place in paper bags. MAGAZINES AND GLOSSY PAPER (No charge). Stack and tie securely in two directions with good twine or place in paper bags. JUNK MAIL (No charge). Put in brown bag and tie securely in two directions. DO NOT PUT NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINES, GLOSSY PAPER, OR JUNK MAIL IN CARDBOARD BOXES OR PLASTIC BAGS. CARDBOARD (No charge). Break down all boxes, no larger than 24” X 60”; if necessary, cut to size. DISCARD ALL SOILED OR CONTAMINATED PAPER, PLASTIC, WINDOW GLASS, TIN CANS, OR COOKING GLASS WITH HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE. POST CONSUMER PLASTIC (No Charge): #1 thru #7: No plastic bags or automotive product containers regardless of number, such as oil, antifreeze, or fuel conditioners. Rinse clean; there is no need to remove labels. Any other numbered or unnumbered plastic MUST go in household garbage, such as toys, car parts, Styrofoam, etc. POST CONSUMER GLASS (No Charge): Clear, brown, or green beverage and food containers. Rinse glass clean. DO NOT INCLUDE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: CERAMICS, CLAY POTS, LIGHT BULBS, MIRRORS, WINDOW GLASS, DRINKING GLASSES, DISHES, OVENWARE, OR CRYSTAL. TIN CANS (No Charge): Rinse clean, crush, and include with the post consumer glass and plastic. Tin cans must be crushed due to the large volume the recycling center receives and the limited storage space. ALL SCRAP METAL (NO CHARGE) GOES IN THE RECYCLING ROLL OFF BOX. ALL RECYCLABLE GLASS, TIN CANS, AND PLASTIC #1 THRU #7 CAN BE MIXED IN THE SAME CONTAINER AND PLACED IN THE APPROPRIATE DUMPSTER. ALUMINUM CANS (No Charge): Soda and beer cans only; MUST BE DRY AND CLEAN WITH NO GLASS OR PLASTIC MIXED IN. Place inside the building. Do not include aluminum foil, pie plates, or other aluminum cans. SCRAP METAL (No Charge): All scrap iron, tin, and wire can be placed in the recycling roll-off box. Scrap copper, brass, copper wire, and aluminum should be placed in the building. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAINT, CHEMICALS, LIQUIDS, HAZARDOUS WASTE, OR SHINGLES AT THE RECYCLING CENTER. WASTE OIL (No Charge): Petroleum oil can be put in the container at the town hall. Lead acid car batteries can also be brought to the recycling center. Cooking oil in closed containers can be brought to the recycling center. Shingles can be taken to Northern Lakes Concrete (715-339-2996), N9295 Forest Lane, Phillips. They accept shingles, nails, and tarpaper only. No wood, metal, or plastic. Demolition scrap wood, siding, insulation, windows, etc. can be taken to JB Disposal (715-762-2922), 940 Case Road, Park Falls. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Brush and wood that does not contain any roofing material, plastic, or glass can be placed on the burn pile for $5.00 per pickup or trailer load; minimum charge is $3.00. NO MATERIAL CAN BE REMOVED FROM THE RECYCLING CENTER WITHOUT ATTENDANT’S APPROVAL.
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RECYCLING CENTER The Town of Worcester Recycling Center is located at N6438 North Loop Road in Phillips, Wisconsin. Hours of Operation: Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Recycling Manager: Terry Michek - 715-339-3144 Recycling Attendants: Randy Bolton and Gary Patrie Recycling Center Phone: 715-339-6315 Recycling Center Rules To keep the flow moving at the center as fast as possible, we would appreciate if you would have your recyclables SORTED CORRECTLY BEFORE YOU COME TO THE CENTER. You MUST have a card for admission. Cards can be obtained from the Worcester Town Clerk. The charge for household garbage is $2.00 per bag up to 33 gallons; $3.00 per bag up to 66 gallons and $4.50 per bag if larger than 66 gallons. (Since these bags are quite heavy, it will be your responsibility to place them in the dumpster.) You supply the bag; tags can be purchased at the recycling center or from the Town Clerk. No liquids, paint, oil, or asphalt shingles are permitted in garbage. You will not be charged for clean recyclable material that the town has a market for IF RECYCLING IS DONE PER THESE DIRECTIONS. These items include: cardboard, newspaper, magazines, tin cans, aluminum cans, glass food containers, #1 thru #7 plastic containers (soda, milk, water, laundry, and ice cream containers with caps and lids removed). Styrofoam and other plastic must be put in household garbage and be paid for. THERE IS A CHARGE FOR WHITE GOODS such as household appliances, tires, brush, fluorescent bulbs, and electronics. Please see the recycling attendant for current charges for these items. NEWSPAPER AND BROWN PAPER BAGS (No charge). Stack and tie in two directions with good twine or place in paper bags. MAGAZINES AND GLOSSY PAPER (No charge). Stack and tie securely in two directions with good twine or place in paper bags. JUNK MAIL (No charge). Put in brown bag and tie securely in two directions. DO NOT PUT NEWSPAPER, MAGAZINES, GLOSSY PAPER, OR JUNK MAIL IN CARDBOARD BOXES OR PLASTIC BAGS. CARDBOARD (No charge). Break down all boxes, no larger than 24” X 60”; if necessary, cut to size. DISCARD ALL SOILED OR CONTAMINATED PAPER, PLASTIC, WINDOW GLASS, TIN CANS, OR COOKING GLASS WITH HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE. POST CONSUMER PLASTIC (No Charge): #1 thru #7: No plastic bags or automotive product containers regardless of number, such as oil, antifreeze, or fuel conditioners. Rinse clean; there is no need to remove labels. Any other numbered or unnumbered plastic MUST go in household garbage, such as toys, car parts, Styrofoam, etc. POST CONSUMER GLASS (No Charge): Clear, brown, or green beverage and food containers. Rinse glass clean. DO NOT INCLUDE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: CERAMICS, CLAY POTS, LIGHT BULBS, MIRRORS, WINDOW GLASS, DRINKING GLASSES, DISHES, OVENWARE, OR CRYSTAL. TIN CANS (No Charge): Rinse clean, crush, and include with the post consumer glass and plastic. Tin cans must be crushed due to the large volume the recycling center receives and the limited storage space. ALL SCRAP METAL (NO CHARGE) GOES IN THE RECYCLING ROLL OFF BOX. ALL RECYCLABLE GLASS, TIN CANS, AND PLASTIC #1 THRU #7 CAN BE MIXED IN THE SAME CONTAINER AND PLACED IN THE APPROPRIATE DUMPSTER. ALUMINUM CANS (No Charge): Soda and beer cans only; MUST BE DRY AND CLEAN WITH NO GLASS OR PLASTIC MIXED IN. Place inside the building. Do not include aluminum foil, pie plates, or other aluminum cans. SCRAP METAL (No Charge): All scrap iron, tin, and wire can be placed in the recycling roll-off box. Scrap copper, brass, copper wire, and aluminum should be placed in the building. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAINT, CHEMICALS, LIQUIDS, HAZARDOUS WASTE, OR SHINGLES AT THE RECYCLING CENTER. WASTE OIL (No Charge): Petroleum oil can be put in the container at the town hall. Lead acid car batteries can also be brought to the recycling center. Cooking oil in closed containers can be brought to the recycling center. Shingles can be taken to Northern Lakes Concrete (715-339- 2996), N9295 Forest Lane, Phillips. They accept shingles, nails, and tarpaper only. No wood, metal, or plastic. Demolition scrap wood, siding, insulation, windows, etc. can be taken to JB Disposal (715-762-2922), 940 Case Road, Park Falls. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Brush and wood that does not contain any roofing material, plastic, or glass can be placed on the burn pile for $5.00 per pickup or trailer load; minimum charge is $3.00. NO MATERIAL CAN BE REMOVED FROM THE RECYCLING CENTER WITHOUT ATTENDANT’S APPROVAL.
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