We would like to inform all of our customers that our local recycling facility, Millennium Recycling, is no longer accepting plastic bags in the recycling stream.
This will be an inconvenience at first, but have long term benefits to our community and the recycling process. We will be sending out a newsletter later this month with specific details of the changes.
For now, please do not place any plastic bags in your recycling containers.
If you have additional questions please call us at 605-338-7126.
Things are always changing and improving so we frequently publish useful articles in this section. Here you can learn more about what you can do to help support Novak Sanitary Services in our unending mission to keep the greater Sioux Falls region clean and pristine.
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Home and office shredders don’t always get the job done. Not only do you have to babysit the project, feeding a few pages through at a time, but also a bag of shredded paper can also be more of a target for thieves.
Sioux Falls area businesses are attempting to recycle their construction waste in an effort to reduce their carbon footprint. This not only reduces waste, but also saves money by reusing building materials.
Novak Sanitary is pleased to announce that its partner, Recyclebank, has been named the top venture-backed Clean-Tech company in the world by the Wall Street Journal. Recyclebank was also honored as “The Next Big Thing.”
Magazines can pile up quickly, making it appealing to toss unwanted copies into the trash. However, there are plenty of ways to recycle both subscription and newsstand magazines that are friendlier for the planet.
Last year, Novak Sanitary Service partnered with RecycleBank to offer rewards for customers who recycle. For every pound of recycling materials collected from a household, residential recycling customers earn points which can be redeemed for coupons, gift cards, travel, and other merchandise.
Novak Sanitary Service employee Duff Rouillard has been honored with the Americans with Disabilities Act’s 2011 Caregiver of the Year award. Rouillard, who was nominated for the award by Neil Graff, is a Sioux Falls trash collection driver with Novak Sanitary.