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Re: [GreenYes] Tin-plated steel container recyclability
Is the product you're referring to basically what we call a "tin can" that had soup or something like that in it originally? They are considered "bimetal" cans and are accepted in our curbside program. I can't speak for everyone, but I'd venture to guess they are taken by most, if not all, other areas as well.


Ilana Gauss
Recycling Outreach Specialist
County of San Mateo RecycleWorks
Hotline: (888) 442-2666   Phone: (650) 599-1468
www.RecycleWorks.org

>>> "David Markert" <dmarkert@container-recycling.org> 05/08 10:58 AM >>>
Are tin-plated steel containers recyclable through curbside systems?  A
candle manufacture will be selling candles in these containers and would
like to tell consumers that they can reuse or recycle the container.

David Markert

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