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City of Sheridan Recycling Program

The Recycling subdivision is responsible for reducing the overall amount of material that is disposed through the implementation of innovative waste reduction and recycling services.

Only 30-40 percent of the landfill’s waste is currently being diverted. Of that, only 9 percent is household recyclables, with the rest made up of green waste, scrap metal and concrete. The City has a goal of 50 percent household recycling.  Our next step in getting there is implementing a successful curbside recycling program.

As our existing landfill approaches capacity, it is increasingly important that our community reduce, reuse and recycle as much waste as possible.

For your convenience, a number of recycling drops are available throughout the community. For a listing of recyclable materials and a map of recycling drop locations within Sheridan, please refer to the Recycling brochure.

Commercial Recycling Program

Please contact us at 672-5403 to find out how to save on your waste collection fees by participating in our Commercial Recycling Program.  Please click here for a copy of the Recycling Agreement form.

Residential Curbside Recycling

On December 15, 2014, City staff proposed a Curbside Recycling Program to City Council.  To learn more, click here.

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