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Aluminum

This item is banned from disposal in the trash in Vermont and must be recycled with blue-bin recycling.  

Disposal Options

Aluminum cans, pie plates, and pans are all recyclable at any town recycling drop-off or in your household recycling bin. Just rinse clean and recycle. Remove stuck-on food from aluminum foil before recycling. Clean, dry aluminum foil can be recycled only if it is in a ball of two inches or greater in diameter. Labels left on cans are OK.

Cost

The fee associated with your town drop-off or curbside collection service applies for this item.

Recycling

  • Single Stream Recyclables from Commercial Haulers: $120 per ton
  • Single Stream self-hauled from Businesses, 1 cubic yard or less: $9 per load
  • Single Stream self-hauled from Businesses greater than 1 cubic yard: $120 per ton

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