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Jewelry • Donate

For donations:

Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA): www.scheduleapickup.com or call 1-800-775-VETS (8387)

Juice Box • Commingled Recycling

Note: container muse be emptied and the straw removed

Junk Mail • Mixed Paper Recycling

Kerosene • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

Kitchen Scraps, animal products (meat, fish, chicken, bones, grease, fat, dairy) • Refuse

Kitchen Scraps, vegetative (fruit and vegetable) • Home Composting or Refuse

Lamps, large (more than 4 feet) • Bulky Waste

Lancets (medical) • Medical Waste

Latex Gloves • Refuse

Latex Paint • Refuse (see note)

Paint cans containing small amounts of latex paint can be disposed of by first drying out the paint: open the lid and let the paint dry outdoors, away from children and pets.

If the can of latex paint still has a substantial amount of liquid paint (one inch or more) it will not dry; you can simply add a paint hardener/drying product, which can be purchased at any hardware store. Once the latex paint has completely hardened you may dispose of it as refuse.

Of course, if the latex paint is usable and there is a significant quantity, try to use it up; or, try to donate it to a community organization.

Laundry Detergent Containers, plastic • Commingled Recycling

Lawn Chairs • Bulky Waste

Lawn Mower (oil and gas removed) • Scrap Metal (preferred), or Bulky Waste

Leaves • Home Composting or Yard Waste

Light Bulbs, CFL (compact fluorescent lights) • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), or Special Disposal

Spent CFLs are also accepted at any Home Depot, Lowes, or Ikea locations.

Light Bulbs, incandescent • Refuse

Lighter Fluid • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

Linoleum, rolled • Bulky Waste (see note)

1 roll = 1 bulky waste item

Logs/Stumps • Yard Waste

Loveseat • Bulky Waste

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