In 2015, Attleboro residents recycled over 4,700 tons
of paper products, bottles and cans curbside.
Your efforts saved disposal costs of over $352,000.00.
That bottle in your cup holder today could become a park
bench or even filling for a parka one day. Recycle that
newspaper today, and it could return to your home
in the form of a cereal box. This isn’t this piece of
paper’s first rodeo. It’s been recycled before, and it can
be recycled again. So please do your part.
Plastic bags in a recycling toter can shut down an
entire Recycling Plant. Please Recycle correctly!
Wonder what happens when your green
recycling carts are picked up curbside?
Click on bin to see an overview on a
Materials Recovery Facility.
(Also known as a MRF)
If you have any suggestions on improving
our site, or recycling please call Cheryl at
the Health Department (508)223-2222 Ext. 3245
Health Department, City Hall
77 Park Street
Attleboro, Ma. 02703
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30AM to 4:30PM
Phone (508)223-2222 Ext. 3245