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Dec. 30, 2017 - Hampton residents can now recycle a few more items, including coated cardboard (like milk cartons and frozen food boxes).
The list of items you can put in your household recycling bin is: Metal food and beverage cans, aluminum cans, pie pans, foil; glass bottles and jars; all kinds of cardboard (single-ply, corrugated, waxed, clean pizza boxes, egg cartons); paper, mail, newspapers, magazines, etc.; plastics labeled #1 or #2.
Do not recycle: food remains of any kind; needles; styrofoam; plastic bags; plastics labeled #3 or higher; pain, oil, poisons or aerosol cans.
Leaves, weeds and grass clippings can be recycled into mulch, but do not place in trash or recycling bins. Please bag theses items in sturdy, clear trash bags. For instructions on limbs, see http://hampton.gov/Solid-Waste.
The updated information, as well as the recycling and trash calendar, is being mailed to homes and should arrive in homes in early January.