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Single Stream Recycling Program
The City of Lakeway began single stream recycling on April 1, 2013.  Follow this link to see the latest recycling report.

Paper Products
Newspapers, magazines, office paper, junk mail, phone books, cereal boxes and other pressed board boxes such as that, flattened corrugated cardboard.  PLEASE NO pizza boxes, wet or soiled paper, paper towels, facial tissue or toilet tissue, disposable paper plates, dark-colored envelopes, wrapping paper, gift bags or paper milk cartons.

Aluminum or Steel Cans
Remove food product. Rinse. Labels may be left on.

PLEASE: NO aluminum foil, coat hangers, paint or solvent containers, or aerosols.

Plastics - #1 through #7
The recycle code is imprinted on container bottom. Remove contents and rinse. Labels may be left on. Includes all rigid plastics #1 through #7, including yogurt and margarine tubs. Lids are okay.  PLEASE: NO plastic bags or packaging, plastic film, Styrofoam, toys, or motor oil bottles.

Colored and clear; no Pyrex or ceramics. Lids are okay.

Printer Cartridges
Printer cartridges may be taken to Office Depot or Office Max stores for recycling.

CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lights)
Home Depot offers a free program to household consumers to conveniently recycle expired, unbroken CFLs. Located near the returns desk, there are bags provided for the fixture. The recycling is managed by a Home Depot-contracted environmental management company that ensures compliant recycling. Note: 4' or 8' fluorescent tubes are not accepted.

For TV recycling opportunities, check this website: www.TexasRecyclesTvs.org.

Computer Equipment
The Texas Computer Equipment Recycling Act went into effect Sept. 1, 2008. The law requires manufacturers to provide Texas household consumers with free and reasonably convenient collection, re-use, and recycling opportunities for certain devices.

For more information, visit www.TexasRecyclesComputers.org.

This is the official City of Lakeway website in Lakeway, Texas. City of Lakeway, TX - Official Website. Here is the site's home page: Information about the City of Lakeway and community including city departments, City Council, parks, and police. Also includes city history.