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End Recycling Contamination in Logan County

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The popularity and success of recycling programs in Logan County have proven to be a win-win for residents and the community. With 16 Recycling and Pay-As-You-Throw Drop-Off Centers across the county, recycling has become a way of life for many people. As the Solid Waste District expands its programs and attracts more first-time users, it…

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Public Education

We want to know what YOU want to know! Here at the solid waste district we are dedicated to educating you on all of our programs as well as on environmental health in general. We recognize that our education efforts have not been readily available recently, and we are working on revamping our methods. This…

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Drop Site Survey

If you utilize our recycling drop sites around the county, please take a few moments to complete this survey! We really appreciate any feedback you can give us. Just click the link below to get started. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MN9VBR6

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NORTHSIDE INDIAN LAKE RECYCLING CENTER ADDED

  The Logan County Solid Waste Management District added its 16th Recycling Center to serve the residents and visitors to  the north side of Indian Lake.  The site opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Earth Day, April 22, 2014.   This Recycling Center is a full time, full service center and is the result of…

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Recycling Center Added in Jefferson Township

Zanesfield in Jefferson Township became the site of the 15th full time Recycling Center constructed by the Logan County Solid Waste District.  The Jefferson Township Trustees approached the Solid Waste District in the spring of 2013 indicating they believed a Recycling Center would be a good addition to and compatible with the recreation area that…

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Coordinator Alan Hale Retires

After eight and a half years at the helm of the Solid Waste District Alan Hale stepped down in August, 2013. In those eight years the District has undergone a dramatic transformation of engagement in recycling by Logan County citizens and businesses.   From operating five part time recycling drop off sites that were open only…

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"ZERO" Joins the Recycling Team

To enhance the educational outreach of the of the Solid Waste District we have engaged the help of Zero.  Zero is, of course, a fictional cartoon character that we believe will assist greatly in getting our message about zero waste to our public.  Zero is the characters nickname, short for Zero Waste.  He will be…

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Recycling Center Monitors Thanked

Each of the 14 Recycling Centers has a ‘Monitor’ who quietly supervises their particular Center.  Each monitor works behind the scenes and is the local eyes and ears of the Solid Waste District.  A monitor lives near the Center and visits their Center three times a week, before and after each weekend and one more…

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Earth Day – 2011 New Beginings

We are quietly celebrating Earth Day 2011 in our new Solid Waste District Office.  After four years of building 14 Recycling Centers throughout Logan County (see map on web site), building and perfecting the operation of a MRF (a material recovery facility) at 1100 S. Detroit St. in Bellefontaine, we finished the renovation of our…

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Rushsylvania opens 14th Recycling Center in Logan County

On December 21, the winter solstice, a full moon were the perfect backdrops for residents  of Rushsylvania to celebrate the opening of a Recycling Center in their Village.   The Rushsylvania Recycling Center was build on land leased from Les and Sandra Levan next to their business, Levan Electric and HVAC.  About 60 residents braved…

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