Cass County Solid Waste Management District

 

Almost 80,000 pounds of ewaste has been collected so far this year. If you have any electronics to recycle, contact the district office to make an appointment to drop them off. This includes computers, televisions, and a lot more.


We are offering a fluorescent tube collection program for businesses. Please contact the district office for information. We may be able to save your business some money.

Call the District office to set up an appointment to drop off electronics, batteries, and flourescent tubes.  Call us at (574) 732-9253.

In 2014 we collected over 105,000 pounds of e-waste. That compares with under 48,000 pounds all of 2013.
We are accepting electronics by appointment. Contact the office if you would like to schedule a time to drop off your old television, computer or other type of e-waste. There is no charge for this service.

If you have old or expired medications to dispose of, feel free to use the MedReturn Units which are in the Records Division of the Logansport Police Department, on the 2nd floor of the city building, at the Galveston Police Department, and at the Town Hall in Royal Center.

 

Work at the compost site in Logansport is underway. The Logansaport Department of Public Works operates the program, with the assistance of some funding from the Cass County Solid Waste Management District.  The final product is given back to area citizens at no cost.                                                                                                                                                                                                             

TIRE COLLECTION ENDS

The annual tire collection for Cass County residents and farmers has wrapped up for 2015. Since early April, three semi trailers have been filled with all sizes of tires. At this point, the plan is to resume the five day a week tire collection next April. Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's tire collection effort.




ELECTRONICS COLLECTION NUMBERS INCREASE

The five day a week collection of electronics for recycling, continues to be an extremely successful program for the citizens of Cass County. Over 103,000 pounds of e-waste was collected in 2014. That is more than double the total from a year earlier. The goal is to reach 200,000 pounds in 2015.



Electronics Recycling
Electronic Waste Recycling
Roll Off Recycling
Roll Off Recycling
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