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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After several years in planning and five months of construction the Solid Waste District moved into their new offices at 1100 S. Detroit Street in Bellefontaine.  In addition to spacious offices the District has a large open area to host meetings and events.  On May 11 the annual Logan County Employees and Family Health &…

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In early April the MRF (Material Recovery Facility) reached a small, but significant milestone for the Logan County Solid Waste District.  The MRF has processed and marketed 1000 tons of recycled materials since the start of 2011.   Just a few years ago, before we rebuilt the County recycling system, it took a year to reach…

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Building a recycling system in Logan County was completed in December, 2010 with the opening of the 14th Recycling Center in West Mansfield.  With a full year of operating most of the Recycling Centers and the MRF (Material Recovery Facility) in Bellefontaine the District felt secure enough in the strength of the revenue stream from…

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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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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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September 8 marked the Grand Opening of full time recycling center number 13 in Logan County, Ohio.  Mayor Greg Hostetler along with Village Council members Larry Lance and Richard Hemphill cut the ceremonial red ribbon opening the site for recycling.  They also uncovered a newly designed street sign indicating this as the West Liberty Recycling…

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The Logan County Solid Waste Management District continues to expand its recycling network of full time recycling centers with the addition of a full time facility in West Mansfield.  The Logan County Commissioners, other county elected officials, and approximately 100 West Mansfield residents joined Mayor Ed Evans for the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony…

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Jarred Campbell, graduating from Benjamin Logan  High School, was awarded the Logan County Solid Waste District annual scholarship at a ceremony May 11.  Jared is the son of Chip and Susan Campbell and he plans to attend the University of Cincinnati to study engineering.  In the essay Jared submitted with his scholarship application he recounts…

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Bradley Moffett of Riverside High School was awarded the 2010 KLCB Scholarship at a presentation May 11.   Bradley was accompanied by his parents, Rick and Betsy Moffett of DeGraff, as he received the $500 scholarship award.  He will attend Defiance College in the fall with a planned major in Restoration Ecology.    To complement his…

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