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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Programming Changes Due to COVID-19

April 4 Tox-Away Day Postponed In order to abide by current restrictions in place to fight COVID-19, the Hendricks County Solid Waste Management District will be postponing the April 4 Tox-Away Day at Brownsburg High School. The District is working to determine an...

Careful Car Care

Love of the automobile is an American tradition. Do-it-yourself (DIY) projects are also a very American concept.  Millions of us do standard vehicle maintenance, including oil changes, in our own garages, barns and driveways. It’s a great way to save some cash,...

Recycle Heart & Sole

Your previously-destined-for-the trash shoes are greatly desired by those who have none. The District is again partnering with Changing Footprints, a local not-for-profit organization that gets shoes on the feet of those in need right here in Indiana. We will be...

Holiday Recycling Done Right

It's estimated that an additional 100 million tons of trash are generated every week between Thanksgiving and New Years Day. All that food, wrapping paper, cardboard and packing material adds up! So, we're going to get you ready with some pointers for Recycling Right...

Back to School & Good Stewardship

Often times going back to school means establishing new routines and habits. Reading, Writing and ‘Rithmetic may be the three "R’s" you are thinking about at this time of year, but we want you to think about the other three:  Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle, as well. There...

Open Burning: What You Should Know

Here’s a burning question…is it okay to burn trash in Hendricks County?  The answer is “NO!  It is against the law!” Burning trash of any kind is not allowed in Hendricks County (or any other Indiana county).  That includes things like construction material, furniture...

2018 Farmers’ Market Info

If you are working on being a locavore, it helps to have a plan. Whether you are a Farmers’ Market newbie or a well-seasoned veteran, we have got the low-down on what you can expect to find in-season and when and where in Hendricks County.

Unwanted Medicine Dispsoal

If you have expired or unwanted medicines to get rid of, here's what you should know: Medicines that are flushed down a toilet or washed down a drain ultimately end up in our water supply.  The chemicals used to manufacture today's medicines often cannot be removed by...

A ReStore Reminder

There are many ways you can don your cape and be an Eco-Hero this spring. Take your pick

Consider Composting!

Food waste and yard waste together make up about 25% of what we throw away. That means almost ¼ of what we throw away can be composted! We can recycle nutrient rich “stuff” like leaves, twigs, grass clippings, weed and shrub cuttings, garden waste, and food waste back into the soil by letting nature do her thing.

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Timeline photosLimb collection will begin in September. The Street Department will visit the northside and southside on alternating weeks. View the schedule to see when the chipper truck will go through your neighborhood at www.brownsburg.org/206/Limb-Pickup.

Small branches and limbs should be placed behind the curb edge. Limb piles are limited to 8 ft. long by 6 ft. wide by 4 ft. tall. Oversize loads, including more than one pile of limbs, will not be picked up.

This program is for tree material; no lumber, root balls or firewood. The service is offered to residents in Town limits only.

Have limbs outside by 6 a.m. on the week of pickup.
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