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Phone: (937) 382-6177 Fax: 937-382-5678
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The primary purpose of the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District is to promote and increase waste reduction through the practice of encouraging recycling and litter prevention activities in Clinton County, thus preserving local natural resources.To learn more about our programs and services, please click on one of the specific topics of interest listed below.
The Ohio EPA requires local solid waste management districts to survey area businesses to better assess recycling needs and to determine our community’s progress toward meeting certain goals. Each business participates in this process by completing a brief survey detailing its recycling efforts during the previous calendar year (2014). Surveys must be completed and submitted by Wednesday, April 15, 2015.
Paper Recycling Changes
The Abitibi Paper Retriever program servicing many local schools and recycling drop-off sites was recently sold and discontinued throughout southwest Ohio. However, the Solid Waste Management District is working to restore this service by contracting with Royal Oak Recycling, located in the central-Ohio region. Therefore, until the new paper recycling boxes can be placed at our drop-off locations, residents are encourged to continue recycling their newspapers, magazines, and office paper by placing these materials into the yellow residential-recycling boxes located at any of the 18 recycling drop-off sites throughout Clinton County. As the new paper recycling boxes become available, residents are asked to begin depositing paper into the new containers rather than the yellow recycling boxes. (Note: Recycling drop-off sites are for residential use only.)
Have you ever found yourself with a useless item that you don’t know how to get rid of? Such items may include electronics, waste oil, tires, appliances, household hazardous wastes, and other such materials. Well, click on Recycling Resources to view a list of places to dispose of or recycle some of those “hard-to-get-rid-of” materials that are not accepted at local recycling drop-off sites.
The Clinton County Solid Waste Management District is establishing a 30-day written comment period from April 13, 2015 until May 13, 2015 on the draft solid waste management plan. A public hearing will be held on May 19, 2015 at 10:00 AM in the Clinton County Commissioners’ Office. Please click here for more information.
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