Trex, the maker of plastic lumber, collects #2 & #4 plastic film nationwide to make their product.
You can drop off the following types of #2 & #4 plastic film at either T&C or Safeway in their designated plastic collection container.
→ It must be clean, dry, empty and have no tape or labels on it. ←

Recycle:

  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Produce bags
  • Bread bags
  • Ice bags
  • Wood pellet bags
  • Dry cleaning bags
  • Garbage bags (CLEAN)
  • Newspaper/magazine sleeves
  • Pallet wrap
  • Case/Bulk item overwrap
  • Shipping air pillows (pop first) OR Take to UPS Store unpopped for their reuse
  • Bubble wrap (clean and no tape) OR Take to UPS Store for their reuse
  • Tyvek mailing envelopes (remove label)
  • Mailers made exclusively of bubble wrap, like Amazon’s (no paper exterior); remove label
  • Furniture & electronic wrap
  • Chicken feed bags (WITHOUT webbing)
  • Cereal & cracker box liner bags (these are chemically congruent with Trex processing)
  • Zip lock/Resealable bags (remove hard plastic zip)
  • Racing bibs (remove electronic chip, no safety pins)
  • Plus these two types of packing material:
                               
     not thicker than 1/4″ 

NOT ACCEPTED:

  • Any plastic film with food residue on it
  • *Saran wrap
  • **Frozen food bags
  • Candy wrappers
  • Snack cheese wrappers
  • Chip bags
  • “Crinkly” plastic (eg, pre-washed salads bags)
  • Pet food bags
  • Six-pack rings
  • Degradable/Compostable bags
  • Styrofoam
  • Zippered bedding/comforter bags
  • Paper mailers with bubble wrap liner
  • Hard plastic
  • Potting soil and compost bags
  • Produce pre-packed #5 bags (have air holes)

*While Saran wrap is stretchy and film-like, it CANNOT be accepted.  Rather than one type of plastic, Saran wrap is a combination of plastics that makes it unacceptable for the recycling process.
**While frozen food bags look like regular resealable bags, these bags are not.  Apparently, frozen food bags are lined with a preservative that renders the plastic incompatible with the plastic film recycling process.