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The Recycling Depot saga continues. We had many items greet us after the Thanksgiving weekend; many of which were classified as Household Recyclables, however some that were not. As you can see from the pictures posted, we received some framed pictures. MCC or Thrift stores would be an acceptable place to bring pictures; however, if they are dropped off at our depot, they become garbage as they cannot be recycled in any way. Another pictures shows a hot iron, broken shoes, a broken scooter and a table. These items are also not under the Household Recyclables list, so to us they become garbage. One more picture – construction materials and car parts. Clearly these are also not recyclable items. We are happy to receive all your Household Recyclables at the Depot, which is open 24/7 for your drop-off, anytime convenience; however, please remember that although the Depot is always open to the public, you should not be dropping off items you don’t want/items you don’t have time to take to the thrift store/items that are broken/garbage that didn’t make it into the garbage on your scheduled pick-up day. Basically, the only items that should be dropped off are Household Recyclables. The list of Acceptable/Unacceptable Recyclables can be found on our website: www.Gateway Resources Inc.com, under the ‘Recycling’ heading. There is also a list of Acceptable and Unacceptable Household Recyclables on the outside of the Recycling Depot. Please check the list when dropping off items if you are unsure as to whether or not and item is recyclable, and please do not use the depot as your garbage drop-off location. Thank you for your understanding on this matter. ... See MoreSee Less

The Recycling Depot saga continues. We had many items greet us after the Thanksgiving weekend; many of which were classified as Household Recyclables, however some that were not. As you can see from the pictures posted, we received some framed pictures. MCC or Thrift stores would be an acceptable place to bring pictures; however, if they are dropped off at our depot, they become garbage as they cannot be recycled in any way. Another pictures shows a hot iron, broken shoes, a broken scooter and a table. These items are also not under the Household Recyclables list, so to us they become garbage. One more picture – construction materials and car parts. Clearly these are also not recyclable items. We are happy to receive all your Household Recyclables at the Depot, which is open 24/7 for your drop-off, anytime convenience; however, please remember that although the Depot is always open to the public, you should not be dropping off items you don’t want/items you don’t have time to take to the thrift store/items that are broken/garbage that didn’t make it into the garbage on your scheduled pick-up day. Basically, the only items that should be dropped off are Household Recyclables. The list of Acceptable/Unacceptable Recyclables can be found on our website: www.Gateway Resources Inc.com, under the ‘Recycling’ heading. There is also a list of Acceptable and Unacceptable Household Recyclables on the outside of the Recycling Depot. Please check the list when dropping off items if you are unsure as to whether or not and item is recyclable, and please do not use the depot as your garbage drop-off location. Thank you for your understanding on this matter.

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I am sad to see people abusing such a wonderful project. I would be sad to see it close it doors to the public. I for one use it regularly.Thx Gateway

What a shame 🤔I think they need to start charging people for doing this. That is no excuse to do that start putting up cameras and charging people what don’t obey the rules. 👎🏻