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Happy holidays to all! 

The official holidays for Christmas and New Year's Day are on Mondays. Since Orange does not have a Monday pick-up, there is NO CHANGE to the regular recycling schedule.

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Next Event: Paper Shredding, Mattress Recycling and Hazardous Waste Collection - APRIL 22,2023

9am-noon at High Plains Community Center: 

  • Document shredding

  • Mattress/box spring recycling

  • Household items, clothing, toys & more drop-off

  • Haz Waste drop-off 

Details about Shredding Day


Facilitated by the Orange Recycling Committee in partnership with: 

  • Affordable Solutions - Joe Johnston of Orange provides secure, on-site paper shredding

  • Rotary Club of Orange sponsors the event

  • The Lions Club of Orange provides pick-up service for getting mattresses and box springs to HPCC. 

  • Orange Community Women

  • HazWaste Central

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Plastic Bags, Films & Wraps Recycling
  • The plastic bags & wraps recycling shed is to the right of the mixed recyclables bin. If your mixed recyclables are in a plastic bag, empty items into the dumpster and put bag in the shed. 
  • Recycling bins containing PLASTIC BAGS or WRAPS will NOT be picked up. More info. 
  • Do NOT put plastic bags, packaging or wraps in your blue recycling bin. More info here: 
  • Kohl's, Target, Big Y and other stores accept plastic bags
  • See SHORT VIDEO explaining why plastic bags CANNOT go in recycling bins.

Orange Transfer Station & Recycling Center: Goodwill Trailer Near Hopper

Residents may bring used clothing, household goods and more to put in the new Goodwill trailer near the hopper, with attendants working at key times! See letter from GoodwillIn addition, people can deposit unwanted clothing and shoes into the Simple Recycling clothing & shoes bin in the back parking lot at High Plains Community Center (HPCC), anytime day or night. Orange earns $115 per ton for these items. 

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