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Greasy Pizza Boxes Now Recyclable in Anchorage

ANCHORAGE – Greasy pizza boxes are now allowed in all Anchorage cardboard recycling.

New data shows that grease and small amounts of cheese in pizza boxes has no effect on the recyclability of the boxes. This material is now accepted in all curbside and cardboard drop-off recycling in the Municipality of Anchorage, including all Alaska Waste recycling.

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Commercial Glass Recycling Comes to Anchorage

At Alaska Waste, we’re excited to announce a new recycling option for businesses in Anchorage:  Commercial glass recycling!

This service is perfect for bars, restaurants, and other businesses that throw away lots of glass jars and bottles. 

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Top 3 Recycling Tips

Here at Alaska Waste, we love recycling. We’ve put together three of the most important tips to follow when using your curbside recycling bin.

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Changes to Anchorage Curbside and Office Recycling

Due to changes in global recycling markets, #1 PETE plastic clamshells will no longer be accepted in any of Alaska Waste’s residential curbside or office commingled recycling. These changes go into effect immediately.

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5 Recycling Myths Debunked

Have questions about recycling in Anchorage, and whether it’s really worthwhile? Here are some important facts to consider about recycling in Alaska’s largest city.

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