Recycling Collection

The City of Twin Falls has partnered with PSI Environmental Systems to offer Twin Falls residents an innovative way to recycle.

  • For recycling, please use designated carts with orange lids that PSI delivers to each household. The single-stream service offers a hassle-free approach to recycling. No more separating your recyclables.
  • PSI will collect your recyclables every other week on the same day as your regular trash pickup. Download the schedule and map (PDF) or view the interactive map (GIS)

Recycle Collection Schedule

When one of the following holidays falls on Monday through Friday, recycling collection will be one day behind. Normal service resumes the following Monday.

  • Christmas
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Memorial Day
  • New Year's Day
  • Thanksgiving Day

Recycle Calendar 2019

What Can Be Recycled

  • Cardboard (no food contamination)
  • Cardboard egg cartons (no Styrofoam)
  • Junk mail
  • Magazines
  • Newspaper
  • Paper products
  • Paperboard (cereal boxes)
  • Plastic bottles and jugs, numbers #1 and #2 (base must be larger than the opening)
  • Rinsed cans
    • Aluminum
    • Tin
    • Aerosol cans (without the caps)

What Cannot Be Recycled

  • No food or other organic waste
  • No food-contaminated items
    • Aluminum foil
    • Food-contaminated cardboard (pizza boxes, etc.)
    • Paper plates or paper towels
    • TV dinner trays
    • Used tissues
    • Diapers
  • No glass
  • No greenery, lawn and garden waste
  • No household hazardous waste containers; please discard empty household hazardous waste containers in your regular trash
    • Acids
    • Gasoline
    • Highly flammable liquids
    • Insecticides
    • Motor oil
    • Paint
    • Poison
    • Pool chemicals
    • Radioactive materials
    • Solvents
    • Toxic chemicals
    • No soiled or wet newspaper, rubber bands or string
    • No scrap metal
    • None of the following plastics:
      • Automotive product containers
      • Plastic bags
      • Plastic lids
      • Plastic toys
      • Plastic trays
      • Poison or pesticide bottles
      • Wide-mouth plastic tubs (such as margarine, yogurt or cottage cheese)