Paper and Cardboard

Although you can dispose of paper in your trash bin, it can also be recycled. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, forty percent of all municipal solid waste consists of paper and paperboard products. By recycling and reducing paper consumption, more trees will be left in the forest to provide oxygen, shade, and wildlife habitat.  Paper and Cardboard examples include, but are not limited to, the following:

Advertising Inserts      
Blue Print Paper
Carbon Paper
Gift Wrap
Junk Mail
Kraft Paper Bags
Mixed Paper
Office Paper
Paper Bags
Paper Grocery Bags
Paper Shopping Bags
School Papers
Shredded Paper
Wrapping Paper
Cereal Boxes
Corrugated Cardboard
Dry Food Packaging
Egg Cartons
Food Boxes
Freezer and Refrigerator Boxes
Gift Boxes
Shoe boxes

  • Reduce Paper Consumption
  • Reduce Junk Mail
  • Recycling Locations
  • Disposal Locations

This information above is offered as a public service in an effort to eliminate illegal and improper waste disposal. As the information may not be comprehensive, the Department encourages the public to research additional companies that are available for the services sought. The companies are not affiliated, endorsed or regulated by the Department. Accordingly, as with any professional service, please confirm the accuracy of the company’s information and request copies or verification of the company's license and/or permits to provide the service, prior to utilizing its services. Under no circumstances, directly or indirectly, shall the Department be held responsible or liable for reliance on this information.  If you would like to include your company on the list, please contact or call (951) 486-3200.

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