Glass Drop-Off Options
Recycling processors now consider glass in the commingled stream to be a contaminant. That’s why it has to be completely separated and can no longer be part of our curbside commingled recycling. There are a variety of options throughout the area for dropping off glass for recycling.
Preparing Your Glass for Drop Off
- Bottles and Jars, Any Color, Up to 1 Gallon In Size
- Rinse Out to Remove Any Liquids or Food
- No Lids
- Labels Are OK
Please note that glassware (drinking and wine glasses), window glass and lightbulbs of any kind can NOT go into the recycling depot.
Grocery Store Glass Depots
You’ll find Rogue Disposal & Recycling glass depots in the parking lots of several area grocery stores. You can drop off glass bottles and jars, any color, up to 1 gallon in size. Please note that glassware (drinking and wine glasses), window glass and lighbulbs of any kind can NOT go into the recycling depot.
Drop off your glass bottles and jars at these glass depot locations:
You can also drop off glass bottles and jars, any color, up to 1 gallon in size, at the Transfer Station in White City.
Drop off your glass bottles and jars at:
- The Transfer Station in White City, View Directions
BottleDrop Redemption Center
Thanks to changes in the Oregon Bottle Bill program, most redeemable glass beverage containers can be returned for a 10¢ deposit at the Medford BottleDrop Center (no wine bottles). In addition, redeemable plastic and metal beverage containers can also be returned for 10¢ each.
Drop off your redeemable glass beverage containers at:
- Medford BottleDrop Redemption Center, View Directions