Bring Your Community Together For A Common Goal And Earn Money For Your Efforts

Being Green or joining a recycling campaign might be on the top of everyone’s mind, but here at United Fibers it’s been part of our culture for nearly 30 years. United Fibers is committed to working with schools, businesses, churches, organizations and charity based groups with the means of going green. The Green Depot program is designed to divert recyclable materials from landfill and convert them into money.

Hazardous Waste

NO containers that have ever had chemicals or other hazardous products in them (see Hazardous Waste to left).

Safety first! If you have ANY doubt leave it out! Or simply call us before placing questionable items into the container. Some materials create extreme safety concerns for our drivers, sorters, and the environment.

DO NOT put any of the following in the Green Depot recycling containers:
NO medical waste, including needles, syringes, lancets
NO wet paint
NO chemicals
NO oil
NO dirt, rocks, or concrete
NO construction waste

Where To Take Unacceptable Material

Appliance Recycling

If the appliance is still in working condition, please consider donating it to a thrift store or charitable organization. Check the yellow pages for locations near you. Solid waste customers may recycle them by taking the appliance to your residing municipal or county Recycling-Solid Waste Collection Center Drop-Off Facility.

Oil and Auto Batteries

Many major retial auto part outlets are dedicated to protecting the environment by providing custoemrs with a safe and easy way to dispose of used oil and batteries free of charge.

Electronics (e-waste)

Most big box retail electronic stores, for example, where many of us get our electronics in the first place, have some recycling initiatives, and several are even quite extensive. Rule of thumb - ask before you buy, and shop from the stores that help you recycle!

Unacceptable Materials

  • Ceramics, dishes, coffee cups, drinking glasses
  • Glass cookware/bakeware (Pyrex, Vision Ware, etc.)
  • Window glass, mirrors, light bulbs
  • Plastic bags
  • Styrofoam containers, packaging, or packaging peanuts
  • Take-out containers, plastic cups, plastic tableware
  • Furniture
  • Tissue or paper towels
  • Bound books
  • Paper cartons for milk or juice (gable-top cartons)
  • Wax-coated boxes
  • Toys
  • Household appliances or Electronics
  • Coat hangers
  • Food waste, garbage
  • NO containers that have ever had chemicals or other hazardous products in them
    (see Hazardous Waste to left).