The City of Brookland offers weekly curbside bluebag pickup for city residents. Bluebags are available at Brookland City Hall. Residents are encouraged to place blue bags on curb before 9:00am on the day their trash runs, beside their trash receptacle. As an incentative to recycle, the City of Brookland awards $25 weekly to one recycling participant. Place tag with name and address on bluebag to be entered in the drawing each week.
What materials do I need to recycle?
1) All Metal Cans (Steel & Aluminum)
2) All Colors Glass containers (such as pickle jars, mayo jars, jelly jars, cologne bottles, etc.)
3) #1 thru #7 Plastics (PETE or HDPE) - check bottom of container for recycling symbol
Do NOT include:
Plastic Bags and Wrappers
Other items not listed above
Recycling Guide for Paper Products:
Paper products should be placed on curb next to your bluebag.
** Place newspapers, magazines, junk mail, old phonebooks, old homework papers and paper boxes (such as cereal (remove the inner liner) or cracker boxes) in a separate bag. This is picked up by Marck Recycling.
**All corrugated cardboard boxes can be brought to City Hall and placed in the green recycling bin. This is picked up by Marck Recycling, located here in Brookland. Their company bales the cardboard to be recycled.
County Residents can bring recyclables to Brookland City Hall and place bluebags in the recycle trailer and newspapers and cardboard in the recycle bins at the back of the parking lot. County residents are also eligible for the weekly $25 bluebag drawing. Bring name tag into the office at City Hall, or leave in the water bill payment drop box if offices are closed.
Important Phone Numbers:
Recycling Education Center - (870) 802-3090
Legacy Landfill - (870) 972-6353
TRG/Hummelstein's Recycling Center - (870) 932-8361
Marck Recycling/Brookland Facility - (870) 275-4520