Online Recycling Guide can be found on the DuPage County website, which provides a search field to determine where various materials can be recycled that should not go in your curbside bin.
Specific Item Recycling
TEXTILE/CLOTHING DONATION & RECYCLING
DuPage County has partnered with eWorks and RewearAble to collect clothing and textiles for reuse and recycling. Items not able to be reused will be turned into cleaning/painting rags or reused in insulation, packing material and carpeting. RewearAble is a non-profit that provides sustainable employment for adults with disabilities.
sheets, bedding, towels and other household textiles in any condition. No heavily soiled items.
- Addison Township Highway Dept. - 411 W. Potter St., Wood Dale, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.; May 30, 2020; August 29, 2020; October 31, 2020
- Bloomingdale Township Highway Dept. - Only the following Saturdays in
2020 - April 4th; June 6th; August 1st; October 3rd; 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- Village of Burr Ridge - Public Works Facility; 451 Commerce St.; Mon - Fri; 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Village of Lisle - 925 Burlington Ave., Commuter Parking Lot B; Quarterly 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.; December 21, 2019; March 21, 2020 (location temporarily at Benedictine University): June 20, 2020; September 19, 2020; December 19, 2020
- City of Wheaton - 2nd Saturday of each month; Public Works Storage Lot; 820 W. Liberty St.; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Construction & Demolition Debris
Also known as C&D, this waste is among the top items headed to Illinois landfills but there are options. Check out the recently released Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling brochure.
Links To Your Municipal Recycling Page
Burr Ridge, Carol Stream, Clarendon Hills,
Elk Grove Village,
There's an App for that!
Navigate DuPage App for general recycling information and where to recycle items. This video is a helpful addition as well.