Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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.
**Cardboard Recycling Suspended**
Due to high contamination rates coupled with equipment failure at the service provider’s facility, we regret to report that corrugated cardboard is NOT being accepted until further notice at the West Main St. recycling site in Wilmington (next to Bill Marine Ford). While we work to restore this service, we urge residents to carefully read all signage and only deposit acceptable materials. Please remember, not everything is recyclable in our area! Continue to visit this website for program updates.
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.
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Get the latest information on upcoming recycling events and local programs. Simply click on email@example.com and send us your name and e-mail address and we will e-mail you periodic updates regarding local programs and services.
The Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District was recently awarded a grant from the Ohio EPA to assist with hosting a recycling event for larger tires (i.e. truck, tractor, agricultural tires). This event will take place on Saturday, August 23, 2014, but pre-registration is required. Click on the following link for more information: Large Tire Recycling. Should you have any questions, please contact the Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District at (937) 382-2461.