Thank you for waiting for us while we helped with Tornado Recovery efforts. We look forward to helping you in the future.
The Recycle Center is Open as of 8-16-2013
We now take Rechargeable Batteries
The Recycle Moore Center now accepts the following battery types for recycling during manned drop off hours.
Rechargeable Batteries (weighing less than 11 lbs/ 5 kg each):
- Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd )
- Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH)
- Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
- Nickel Zinc (Ni-Zn)
- Small Sealed Lead (SSLA/Pb)
We also do not accept wet-cell batteries.
We now accept Plastics 1-7
We are now accepting plastics 1 throught 7.
The following is a list of examples of plastics numbered 1 through 7 and products they are manufactured into:
Number 1 Plastics — PET or PETE (polyethylene terephthalate)
* Found In: Soft drinks, water and beer bottles; mouthwash bottles; peanut butter containers; salad dressing and vegetable oil containers; oven-safe food trays
Number 2 Plastics — HDPE (high density polyethylene)
* Found In: Milk jugs, juice bottles; bleach, detergent and household cleaner bottles; shampoo bottles; motor oil bottles; butter and yogurt tubs; cereal box liners
Number 3 Plastics — V (Vinyl) or PVC
* Found In: Window cleaner and detergent bottles, shampoo bottles, cooking oil bottles, clear food packaging
Number 4 Plastics — LDPE (low density polyethylene)
* Found In: Squeezable bottles; frozen food containers
Number 5 Plastics — PP (polypropylene)
* Found In: Some yogurt containers, syrup bottles, ketchup bottles, caps, straws, medicine bottles
Number 6 Plastics
Number 7 Plastics — Miscellaneous
* Found In: Water bottles, certain food containers
New Year, New Hours
The Recycle Moore Center will now offer manned services seven days a week. The centers drive thru services will be opened Monday through Saturday from 9am-3pm and on Sunday from 1-5pm. We look forward to seeing you more often.
Recycle Moore “Take us to your Litter” Wins Big
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful presented Moore leaders with the award for Government Programs in cities or counties over 30,000. The evening ended with the Recycle Moore “Take us to your Litter” campaign taking home the “Best of the Best” Award.
The “Take us to your Litter” campaign was started in 2011 to coincide with the opening of the city’s renovated drop off recycling center. The center began basic operations in February 2010 and in November 2011 the center opened it new offices and drive thru services to citizens.
“The center and its new services provided the perfect opportunity for an ‘Out of this World’ marketing campaign to help us educate our citizens about the benefits of recycling,” stated City Manager Steve Eddy.
America Recycles Day
America Recycles Day is a national campaign for “Keep America Beautiful,” and is the only nationally recognized day and community-driven awareness event dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the U.S. Since its inception in 1997, communities across the country have participated in ARD to educate, promote environmental citizenship, and encourage action.
The City of Moore will be hosting special recycling opportunities event at the Moore Recycling Center on Saturday, November 17th located at 400 N. Telephone Rd. The drive thru recycling service will have expanded hours of operation, from 9 am – 5 pm. This event will include:
• Onsite Electronics Recycling, from 9 am – 5 pm
• Onsite Paper Shredding and Recycling, from 9 am – 12 pm
• Drive-thru Recycling Operations, from 9 am – 5 pm.
First 25 customers will receive a free 3 gallon recycle bin!
The City of Moore urges residents to be an involved partner in helping to celebrate the great strides that we have made in environmental protection over the past 30 years. One simple way to help the environment is to simply follow the 3 R’s – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
For more information about this event please contact the following:
Mike Harlan, Environmental Services Manager Or
Jared Jakubowski, Special Projects Coordinator
Citizens asked to Conserve Water
Due to the lack of rainfall plus a stretch of extreme heat in the forecast, residents and businesses are encouraged to use water wisely. City Officials are asking citizens to follow voluntary odd-even water conservation measures to reduce daily peak consumption by all City of Moore water customers.
Outdoor watering should be limited based on customer street addresses. Customers with addresses ending in odd (1,3,5,7,9) numbers should water on odd numbered calendar dates, customers with addresses ending in even (0,2,4,6,8) numbers should water on even numbered calendar dates only.
The odd/even watering rotation program will reduce the incidents of low water pressure that are unavoidable when everyone waters at once.
Here are a few ways to best use water outdoors during extreme heat:
• Remember brown Bermuda grass is not dead. It is dormant and will come back.
• Consider drip irrigation for slow, thorough watering closer to the roots.
• Concentrate watering efforts on sensitive plants, trees and shrubs. Watering the flower beds and landscaping close to the house will also water the foundation.
• Reset sprinkler system frequencies to less time, less often and during early morning hours – preferably between midnight and 4 a.m. Watering during the day causes most of the water to evaporate and thus defeats the purpose.
• Make sure the sprinkler is aimed at the lawn not the street or sidewalk.
Posted July 31, 2012
Rain Barrel Demonstration Class – April 21st
Rain Barrels are an efficient and economical way to collect and store rain for watering your outdoor plants. Join Chris Ward with the Cleveland County Conservation District for a 30-minute class on how to construct and use a rain barrel. Classes will be offered at 2:00 and 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 21, 2012, at the east shelter in Fairmoore Park. Each class is limited to 50 participants, and each participant will be given the opportunity to purchase a rain barrel for only $5!
• You must register and be a City of Moore resident to attend- photo ID with Moore address or water bill will be required for proof of residency.
• Rain barrels will be provided to each participant for only $5 due on-site; cash or check only.
Register by clicking here
For more information, call Deb at the Community Development Department, 793-5053.
Earth Day Spectacular
The first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970. Over 40 years later, this little holiday gets some big attention, and it’s mission still holds true- to encourage action for a healthy environment! Help the City of Moore celebrate Earth Day on Saturday April 21st by taking advantage of some great recycling opportunities.
Fairmoore Park, east parking lot (enter off of Telephone Rd.)
• E-Waste- bring anything that plugs in. Only 1 TV and 1 computer monitor per household.
• Glass Recycling; Please rinse out all containers.
• Tire Recycling
• Paper Shredding
The Recycle Moore Center manned drop-off will be open expanded hours on Saturday the 21st, from 9-5.