Collinsville, Oklahoma
December 3, 2007
Recycling Center Open
Site Will Be Attended
Mon.- Sat. 10am-2pm
Sun Noon-4pm
But Open 24 Hrs/Day
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Copyright 2007 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma

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(With Recent Obituaries)

Newly Remodeled Facilities at 13th & Main

Jim R. Dolton
Funeral Director/Owner

Melvin Lowe - Funeral Director
Christy Harris - Funeral Director
Mary Blythe - Office Manager-Collinsville Funeral Home
Betty Littler - Office Manager-Oologah Funeral Home

We Accept All Pre-Arrangements

Collinsville Recycling Center
Is Now Open

at 306 E. Broadway (By Broadway Bridge)

Aluminim Cans - rince and flatten
Newspapers - including glossy inserts
Plastics #1 & #2 - with neck or handle. Check bottom for number, remove lid, rince & flatten.
Glass Bottles - clear, brown and green only. No plate, pyrex or other glass accepted.
Office Paper - includes envelopes. colored paper and junk mail.
Magazines - up to one-inch thick, catalogs ok.
Motor Oil / Antifreeze - up to 5 gallons per person per day. No mixed fluids or gasoline accepted. Drop off during attended hours only.
Batteries - household and auto.
Phone Books

Not Accepted: commercially-generated waste, hazardous materials, appliances, tires, cardboard or tin.
Attended Hours:
Mon.- Sat. 10am-2pm & Sun Noon-4pm

Collinsville Site Attended
By Personnel From
Res Care
Some bins are locked when the site is not attended. Some items can be left after hours in small polycarts for later sorting.
City, M.e.t. and Res Care officials flattened plastic bottles to mark the grand opening of the new Collinsville facility Monday Dec. 3, 2007. L-R: City Commissioners Melodie Bateman, Pam Porter and Trent Rogers; City Manager Pam Polk; Mayor Stan Sallee and David Turman of ResCare. Julie Alexander of the M.e.t. was not in the photo.