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What is single-stream recycling?
Single-stream recycling is a system in which all recyclable materials –- fiber (newspaper, magazines, catalogs, phonebooks, junk mail cereal/dry food boxes, and cardboard) and RINSED containers (glass, steel, aluminum and #1 - #7 plastic) -– are placed, unsorted, in one recycling bin and sorted by a regional recycling center.

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1. Who can recycle?
2. What is single-stream recycling?
3. So.. I don't have to sort?
4. Is there anything special I need to do?
5. When will my recyclables be picked up?
6. How will they know the difference betweent trash and recyclables?
7. How much more will it cost me to participate in single-stream recycling?
8. If I do not receive Winfield trash/recycling service or forget to put out my recyclables can I take them to the Recycle Center?