Pallets Take to Landfill See Alternatives You can drop off plastic or wood pallets at the following location: Gone Green1440 Industrial Way, Sparks, NV 89431 | (775) 525-1447Map & Directions Note: Gone Green will not accept pallets if they are moldy, water damaged or are contaminated by any kind of biohazard. Bulky Item Collection:Each Truckee resident can schedule up to two bulky item curbside collections for FREE each year. Each pickup includes up to one bulky item (couch, mattress, etc.) AND up to 3-cubic yards of recyclables, electronic waste, and universal waste. Additional pickups are available for a fee. Individual items cannot exceed 200 lbs. Call TTSD at (530) 583-7800 to schedule your pickup. Recycle Pallet Wrap with Plastic Bags Pallet wrap cannot be recycled with other hard plastics, because it is a film that can easily get stuck in recycling equipment. Instead, pallet wrap should be recycled with plastic bags. Recycle Plastic Pallets Plastic pallets are highly recyclable and should be recycled with other hard plastic items. Alternative Ways to Recycle Give to Pallet Recycling Company Some companies, like CHEP, will recycle wood pallets, so they don’t end up in a landfill. Smart Way Recycling takes both wooden and plastic pallets. Ways to Reuse Turn Your Pallets Into Something New The possibilities to repurpose your pallets are endless. Check out Pinterest for ideas and how-tos. Did You Know? Plastic vs. Wood Pallets Plastic pallets are more eco-friendly than ones made from wood. Plastic pallets last much longer and are easily recycled, while wooden pallets need to be sent to the landfill if a specific recycler won’t take them. Wood pallets are also susceptible to chemical and bacterial contamination.