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.
Household Batteries can be placed in the designated, labeled boxes at the rural recycling drop-off stations.
Bulb recycling is part of NISWMD’s services. Bulbs are accepted every Friday morning from 8:00 am to noon.
Yard waste such as brush, leaves and grass don’t have to be part of your household waste!
Household Hazardous Waste
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) management has become an increasingly popular social and environmental activity.
Recycling Drop-off Locations
The District operates drop-off recycling stations throughout its four counties.
Are you a diabetic that needs a place to dispose of syringes? The District has puncture proof containers available.
Expired medications should never be flushed down the drain or disposed of in landfills.
Clear Stream Recycling Containers
The District has Clear Stream Recycling Containers available to local organizations for events.
Obtain further information by calling 1-800-777-5462 or visit www.niswmd.org