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Posted on: February 21, 2019

[ARCHIVED] League City Recycling Dos and Don’ts

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Many League City residents choose to do their part to help the environment by participating in the City’s recycling program. Knowing what can and can’t be recycled, however, can be a little confusing. Tossing the wrong items into your recycle bin or not following the proper recycling guidelines could do more harm than good. If your recycling is poorly mixed, all recycling collected can become contaminated and end up in the landfill. To avoid this, remember to ensure that all items are clean, dry, and empty to avoid contamination. The following is a list of accepted recycling in League City:


Acceptable Items

  • Aluminum, Bi-metal, and Steel Cans
  • Cardboard
  • Career Stock (i.e. soda can holders, cereal boxes, etc.)
  • Envelopes (including those with windows)
  • Glass (all colors)
  • Junk Mail/Newspapers
  • Legal Pad Paper
  • Letterhead/Stationary
  • Magazines
  • Paper (white and colored, also with staples and paperclips is acceptable)
  • Phone Books
  • Plastics (Number 1 through Number 7 are accepted except Number 6, it is not necessary to remove bottle caps from your plastic bottles)
  • Post-It Notes


Items Not Accepted

  • Candy Wrappers
  • Chip Bags
  • Carbon Paper
  • Floor Sweepings
  • Food or Beverage Waste
  • Non-Paper Packing Material
  • Plastic Packaging Wrap
  • Polystyrene (i.e. coffee cups, take out containers, foam packaging, and packing peanuts)
  • Stickers / Labels
  • Tissue Products
  • Tyvek Envelopes




If you have a specific question or concern about recycling, you can call 281-554-1100.

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