Cass County Solid Waste Management District

 

A deadline is approaching for the annual tire collection program. Cass County residsents and farmers who have tires to dispose of, need to contact the CCSWMD Office now to schedule their appointments. The collection effort will stop at the end of July, and will not resume until next April. Call the office at (574) 732-9253 to make an appointment. The first ten car or small truck tires are free. Semi tires are five dollars each, and tractror tires are $15.00 each for the first four.

We are also accepting electronics be appointment. Just call the office for more information.

If you have old or expired medications to dispose of, feel free to use the MedReturn Unit which in in the Records Division of the Logansport Police Department, on the 2nd floor of the city building.

 

Congratulations to Cass County's Sara Miller, who put this snowman together, with the use of some old tires, for the Cass County 4H Fair. This is a terrific example of how to reuse a product. If you have an example of resue that you would like to share, please let us know.

E-WASTE FILLS A TRUCK                                                                                                                                                                                                            

The numbers are in following the collection of electronics Saturday, June 14th,  in Royal Center. More than 10,000 pounds of e-waste was collected in just three hours. A big thanks to all of the Cass County residents that took part in the event, and also to RecycleForce for partnering with us in making it happen. If you have electronics that need to be recycled, just contact the district off to make an appointment to drop them off (732-9253). The CCSWMD collects e-waste five days a week by appointment. We are planning on hosting an electronics collection event annually in the Northern and Southern portions of Cass County. An event is also being planned for this September in Logansport.

STONE PLACED IN ROYAL CENTER LOCATION

The Cass County Highway Department  recently completed some work on the roll off location behind Pioneer Elementary in Royal Center. Four loads of stone were placed on the ground to make it more convenient for residents to drop off their recyclables.

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DIRECTORS MEET LAWMAKERS AT THE STATEHOUSE

Representative from Solid Waste Districts throughout Indiana met Wednesday with members of the House and Senate at the Statehouse. Discussion focused on district accomplishments from 2013, and also on pending legislation that could impact the districts.

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A BIRD FEEDER FROM A TIRE

While recycling a product that you no longer have a use for is a good idea, finding a new use or a way to reuse it is even better.

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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. In Mid November, representatives from RecycleForce picked up another full load of everything from TV’s to computers and about everything in between from the Cass County Solid Waste Management District. In fact, there wasn’t enough room on their truck to fit everything.

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HHW DAY A SUCCESS

147 vehicles rolled through the Logansport High School Parking lot on Saturday, October 26th, 2013, as the Cass County Solid Waste Management District, hosted the annual Household Hazardous Waste or Tox-Away Day. As you can see from the pictures, the line started to form well before the event began at 9am. NuGenesis from Mooresville, Indiana was the vendor for the program, and thanks to their efficiency and experience, the wait times were relatively short.

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Electronics Recycling
Electronic Waste Recycling
Roll Off Recycling
Roll Off Recycling
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