Norfolk County

Learn more about your recycling program.

Recycling Program Transition

As of September 28, 2024, Circular Materials will manage Norfolk County’s recycling program. This transition will not impact recycling collection or what you can recycle.

For more information on recycling until September 28, please visit Norfolk County’s recycling page.

Recycling resources

Learn more about recycling collection in Norfolk County.

Get in touch

For any recycling collection inquiries as of September 28, 2024, please contact Norfolk Disposal. They can be contacted for:

  • Replacement bins.
  • Missed collections.
  • Other recycling questions.

Norfolk Disposal

Be recycle ready

  • Norfolk County recycles using the 2-box ‘Simple Sort’ system. Instead of putting all of their recyclables in or beside a recycling box, residents must separate them into two boxes.
  • Sort your recyclables before placing them in your small box and tall black box. Place paper products in your small recycling box and containers in your tall black box.
  • Regular paper bags
  • Newspapers
  • Flyers
  • Shipping and packing boxes
  • Egg cartons
  • Shoe boxes
  • Plastic bags (loose plastic bags should be bundled into one bag and tied shut)
  • Boxboard
  • Paper fibres
  • Juice boxes
  • Pop cans
  • Ice cream tubs
  • Shampoo bottles
  • Metal aerosol cans
  • Glass jars
  • Recyclables showing numbers 1-6
  • Foil wrap
  • Steel and aluminum cans
  • Plastic beverage bottles
  • Foil food trays
  • Milk/juice cartons
  • Wrapping paper
  • Paper/take-out coffee cups
  • Envelopes with bubble liners
  • Chip or other foil bags
  • Plastic straws or wrapping
  • Foil-lined cardboard lids
  • Wrap for butter, cigarettes
  • Plastic paint cans
  • Dog/Cat food bags
  • Mulch/Fertilizer bags
  • Plastic children’s toys
  • Plastic cutlery/plates
  • Clothes hangers
  • Frying pans/cooking sheets