CAMDEN COUNTY, N.J. (WTXF) - Camden County is just one of a growing number of municipalities around the country that has a "single stream" service for their recyclables. All paper, plastic, glass and metals are collected together and sorted out later.
"Every time I turn around, they're telling me something else doesn't get recycled," said local resident Karla Sarlo.
It's all becoming frustrating to residents who pride themselves on responsibly disposing of recyclable materials.
Cherry Hill director of public works, Steve Musilli, is now circulating a list of newer recycle do's and don'ts.
Some, surprised many people in the community.
Everyone is trying to do their part, and this list will hopefully make it easier.