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Changes in the Recycling Landscape Across Hendricks County

Residents of Central Indiana have experienced significant changes related to trash and recycling services over the past year. Waste Management’s (WM) acquisition of Ray’s Trash Service in the fall of 2022 has opened the door for some new, smaller waste management...

Lizton Recycling Center FAQ

  We're receiving some recurring questions about the Lizton Recycling Center so an FAQ seems appropriate. Q: When will the recycling center be open? A: Once it launches, the center will be open the following days and hours: Tuesday  9 AM - 6 PM Wednesday  1 PM -...

How Will the New Recycling Center Work?

We've already covered What Can Be Recycled at the NEW Recycling Center. Now that we've identified the "what," let's discuss the "how." Days and Hours of Operation This is the most significant adjustment users of the new recycling center must make. The new center will...

A Better Way to Recycle

If you are reading this, chances are you are already convinced of the merits of recycling. More recycling means more space in the landfill, more resources that can live on in another product and less energy spent extracting raw materials from the earth to manufacture...

What Can Be Recycled at the NEW Recycling Center?

What items will be accepted at the new Lizton Recycling Center opening in just a few weeks? The short answer is, "the same stuff." But, the biggest issues we've had at the current Lizton Recycling Drop-off Center are users not following the rules by recycling things...

Time to Talk About Litter

Springtime is the right time to talk about litter. This is the best time to collect your friends and do a neighborhood clean-up before mowers break it up into tiny pieces and wind and water carry it into our waterways. But you can help by stopping litter before it...

Why Are We Opening a New Recycling Center in Hendricks County?

Yes, it's true! The Recycling District will be opening a new recycling center in Lizton this spring. You may be wondering why it's necessary (though, if you've used the current Lizton Recycling Drop-off Center you probably recognize that there is a lot of room for...

Why Does it Cost Money to Recycle?

The question of why recycling doesn’t pay for itself is one we hear a lot. And, it’s understandable. We know that recycling bottles, cans, cardboard, and other materials ultimately results in those items getting back into the economy as valuable products—paper towels,...

Recycling Drop-Off Centers…in the Spotlight

The District provides three Recycling Drop-Off Centers within the county so that households without the option to subscribe to curbside recycling have a way to recycle. The Drop-Off Centers are located in Coatesville, Lizton, and North Salem and accept the following...

Burning Questions

This is a great time of the year to live in Indiana--autumn colors, cool breezes, football games, and family trips to the apple orchard! It’s also a perfect time to remind everyone of the open burning rules that protect the health and safety of our neighbors as well...

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The ReSource | May 22, 2024 - mailchi.mp/283808c46df9/the-resource-january-9-20277136 Tox-Away Day on June 22nd! | Plainfield Yard Waste Recycling Closed on Memorial Day | 4,844 Pairs of Shoes Recycled! ... See MoreSee Less

The ReSource | May 22, 2024 - https://mailchi.mp/283808c46df9/the-resource-january-9-20277136 Tox-Away Day on June 22nd! | Plainfield Yard Waste Recycling Closed on Memorial Day | 4,844 Pairs of Shoes Recycled!Image attachment

As part of our Earth Day celebrations, we partnered with Changing Footprints and fifteen Hendricks County schools to collect used shoes. Changing Footprints will sort the shoes and distribute them to those in need locally and abroad. Shoes that are not usable are recycled. We are so proud of everyone's hard work! Thank you, team! ... See MoreSee Less

As part of our Earth Day celebrations, we partnered with Changing Footprints and fifteen Hendricks County schools to collect used shoes.  Changing Footprints will sort the shoes and distribute them to those in need locally and abroad.  Shoes that are not usable are recycled.  We are so proud of everyones hard work!  Thank you, team!
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