The Lincoln cardboard ban is right around the corner! Are you ready? Here are some quick facts you should know and resources to help you if needed:

April 1, 2018 – The day that corrugated cardboard will no longer be accepted at Lincoln’s landfill*. No, it’s not an April Fools’ joke.

If you already recycle corrugated cardboard – You are all set! Thank you for your efforts.

If you do NOT currently recycle corrugated cardboard – Work with your garbage or recycling collector to set up efficient collection. Residents may also use City recycling drop-off sites.

If your business needs assistance in its recycling efforts – The City is offering technical assistance and a cash rebate to assist you in starting or expanding your recycling program.

If you need more of the nitty-gritty – oodles of information can be found HERE.

*LMC 8.32.040, Sect. C / Recyclable cardboard** shall not be accepted by the City for disposal in the City’s public sanitary landfills effective April 1, 2018. (**Clean and dry corrugated cardboard.)