Made a trip to the dump this morning and was pleased to see Howard County has a new dumpster for things they called "Rigid Plastics." They had such things as plastic swimming pools, pickup truck bed liners, miscellaneous plastic bins, laundry baskets, and now chloroplast signage. To be honest, the guy wasn't sure, but he told me to toss 'em in.
As I put the metal stakes in the metal scrap pile I counted 266 of them for January. That's just the ones on metal stakes and doesn't include the ones nailed to stop signs, telephone poles, or otherwise glued to stationary objects. It's gonna be a long year, but it looks like all of it might be recyclable!
#3. "RE: Howard County Recycles Signs..." In response to Reply # 2
You've been busy!
I wish my local recyclers took signs but no such luck yet. I've been recycling the metal ladder stakes though. I use zip ties to keep them from becoming a tangled mess in large quantities. It makes them easier to transport and transfer to and from the car.