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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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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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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Students at the Benjamin Logan Middle School, funded by a Teacher Grant from the Logan County Solid Waste Management District, created a permanent wall mural for the school commons out of bottle caps.      Art teacher Mrs. Jennifer Davis brought professional artist Michelle Stitzlein who creates and helps others create sculptures from recycled materials.  Together the…

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After nearly a year of preparation and work the Village Council and Recycling Committee joined with the Logan County Commissioners on April 7 to break ground to start the construction of the full-time, drop-off, recycling center.  Opening is expected some time in May if the weather cooperates.  Featured in photo are Mayor Teresa Johnston (blue…

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The Solid Waste District opened its CHaRM facility (Center for Hard to Recycle Materials) on Earth Day, April 22, 2009 for the summer season of collecting Hard to Recycle Materials and items that are hard to dispose of properly.  CHaRM is open Wednesday afternoons from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday mornings between…

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A “Hard to Recycle Materials” collection service has begun in Logan County. The Solid Waste District takes these materials from Logan County residents for $5.00 per car going through the Collection Center. The materials are then either recycled or correctly destroyed. Materials Collected Are… This is the time to properly dispose of, or recycle, old…

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