Detergent Bottle (HDPE) Return to Material Guide Home Search Recycling MenuRecycling Hub My Services Material Guide Recycle in Your Bluebox Household Items Construction & Demolition Electronics Fabric Food & Packaging Glass & Ceramics Hazardous Items Metal Paper Plastic Vehicle Related Wood Yard Waste Our Containers Plastics Acceptable Not Acceptable Collection Reminders External Links Top 10 Problems Recycle Coach Deposit Return What Becomes What Collection Reminders Extra Resources Detergent Bottle (HDPE) Any number - you can recycle most plastic bottles and jugs, tubs, and jars. Bleach and laundry soap jugs can be recycled. They must be thoroughly rinsed first and be empty, clean, and dry. Exceptions: no containers that held pesticides, motor oil, or hazardous materials. These go in the garbage. ACCEPTABLE DISPOSAL This item may be recycled at curbside in your regular recycling program. This item may be recycled at a drop off location such as a convenience depot or transfer station. This item may be recycled at a designated location specializing in this material.