With the election next week, are you wondering what to do with that political sign in your yard?
Election signs that are made of paperboard (single-layer cardboard) can be separated from the metal wicket and placed in a household or business recycling bin.
Plastic sleeve-style signs can be recycled at the Timberline Recycling Center at 1903 S. Timberline Road as part of a new pilot project for accepting “stretchy film” plastic materials (more information athttp://www.fcgov.com/recycling). Plastic-sleeve signs may also be accepted in the plastic-bag recycling barrels offered at grocery stores and big-box retailers. Metal sign “wickets” can be recycled at local scrap metal companies, or taken to the “backyard” area (for a small fee) at the recycling center.