Rogue Disposal & Recycling

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Rethinking recycling

Rogue Disposal & Recycling recently announced that, in light of current and ongoing challenges in the recycling realm, we are hitting the reset button on our curbside recycling program. While we share your concerns that our curbside recycling program has had to undergo changes in order to respond to and work within the new recycling market conditions, we remain committed to finding sustainable recycling options – both curbside and beyond the curb.

Here’s what you can recycle at the curb

At Rogue Disposal & Recycling, we’re dedicated to providing a curbside recycling program that is sustainable and affordable, now and into the future. Global markets for a number of items we used to accept at the curb are gone, so we are refocusing our program on materials we know CAN be recycled rather than landfilled. Here’s how you can help…

YES! These CAN go in your cart.

Corrugated Cardboard
the kind with the wavy center
Milk Jug Style Containers
clear or white, rinsed out, no lids
Newspaper and Inserts
no magazines
Tin and Aluminum Cans
rinsed out, no lids

No! If it’s not a yes, it CAN’T go

Here’s what you can recycle beyond the curb at drop-off locations

In addition to the mix of materials you can recycle at home in your red lid cart, we have identified other opportunities for some of the materials we no longer accept in the curbside program – like glass, high-grade paper, and beverage containers. The trade-off is that it takes a bit more effort than dropping materials into a curbside cart. Here are some options for recycling the items no longer accepted at the curb.

Glass: Bottles & Jars – any color, up to 1 gallon in size, no lids

Transfer Station

8001 Table Rock Road, White City
Monday through Saturday from 7 am to 5 pm
Closed on Sunday

Glass Depots at area grocery stores (in the parking lot)

Ray’s Food Place
Central Point: 126 East Pine Street
Jacksonville: 401 North 5th Street
Phoenix: 735 North Main Street

Sherm’s Food4Less
Medford: 2230 Biddle Road

Sherm’s Thunderbird
Medford: 2347 West Main Street

Redeemable Beverage Containers Only – Glass Bottles, Plastic Bottles & Aluminum Cans

Along with containers for soft drinks, beer and water, you can ALSO return containers for coffee and tea drinks, energy and sports drinks, fruit juice and coconut water. (no wine bottles)

BottleDrop Redemption Center

1179 Stowe Avenue, Medford
Seven days a week from 8 am to 6 pm

High Grade Paper: office paper and mail. No catalogs or magazines

Transfer Station

8001 Table Rock Road, White City
Monday through Saturday from 7 am to 5 pm
Closed on Sunday

To learn more – including tips for reducing waste, details on recycling options and the reasons behind today’s recycling challenges, click here.

You can also find recycling information at the Jackson County Recycling Partnership.

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