Recycling Programs

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Electronics

Electronic waste, or e-waste as it is often referred to, has become one of the fastest growing segments of items people need to dispose of.

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Batteries

Household Batteries can be placed in the designated, labeled boxes at the rural recycling drop-off stations.

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Fluorescent Bulbs

Bulb recycling is part of NISWMD’s services. Bulbs are accepted every Friday morning from 8:00 am to noon.

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Yard Waste

Yard waste such as brush, leaves and grass don’t have to be part of your household waste!

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Household Hazardous Waste

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) management has become an increasingly popular social and environmental activity.

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Recycling Drop-off Locations

The District operates drop-off recycling stations throughout its four counties.

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SHARPS Containers

Are you a diabetic that needs a place to dispose of syringes? The District has puncture proof containers available.

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Expired Medication

Expired medications should never be flushed down the drain or disposed of in landfills.

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Clear Stream Recycling Containers

The District has Clear Stream Recycling Containers available to local organizations for events.

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Program Fees

Obtain further information by calling 1-800-777-5462 or visit www.niswmd.org