Paper & Cardboard
You can recycle most clean paper products, including:
- newspapers, magazines, and catalogs
includes: advertisements and inserts
- office paper
includes: white and colored copy paper, stapled / paper-clipped documents, computer paper (track-fed or free sheet), fax paper, glossy paper, card stock, craft paper, receipts
- mail and envelopes
includes: junk mail, window envelopes, letters and memos, brochures and pamphlets
- office supplies
includes: manila / file folders, spiral notebooks, glued notebooks and notepads, post-it notes, carbonless forms
- flattened cardboard boxes
includes: clean empty pizza boxes; office paper boxes;
- paperboard boxes
cereal, pasta, crackers, tissue, shoe, gift, etc.
- telephone directories
- shredded paper (place in a clear plastic bag)
includes: all hard- and soft-covered books
NO! plates, napkins, paper cups or paper towels
Window envelopes: You can help the URMC reduce paper! Every week, Clinical Laboratories sends out hundreds of white windowed envelopes containing lab results. Although the envelopes can be recycled along with many other varieties of paper, they are also perfect for reuse since nothing is typed or written on them. Now you can return the envelopes to: Clinical Laboratories, Attn: Jeremy Cooper, Box 608.
You will help the department save money as well as doing your part to help save the planet!