WHERE TO RECYCLE IN LOGAN COUNTY
CURBSIDE RECYCLING combined with Pay-As-You-Throw curbside trash collection is available to all residents in Bellefontaine, West Liberty, and Lake Township.
DROP-OFF RECYCLING CENTERS
(BLUE STARS on map)
HOURS: Open 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Belle Center Recycling Center
Located in the Murray Griffin Park in the far northeast corner.
Enter from Charles St., County Rd. 106.
S. Detroit St. Recycling Center
Bellefontaine: S. Detroit Street Recycling Center
Located at 1100 S. Detroit St. at the corner of S. Detroit and Lake Ave.
Campbell Hill Recycling Center
Located on Sloan Blvd. across from the Ohio Hi Point Land Lab and near the Hilliker YMCA.
DeGraff Recycling Center
Located in the DeGraff Village Park on Pleasant St.
From St. Rt. 235 turn northeast on Koke St.
East Liberty Recycling Center
Located just east of the Village on Co. Rd. 154, across the road from Reliant Mechanical.
Huntsville Recycling Center
Located in Lions Park on Findlay St.
From St. Rt. 117 turn west onto Findlay St.
Lakeview Recycling Center
Located behind the Lakeview Village Offices on Main St.
Middleburg Recycling Center
Located at the Flat Branch Water Pollution Control facility, 11046 Twp. Rd. 157. From Middleburg drive southeast on Co. Rd. 153 to Twp. Rd. 157 and there turn left and follow the signs to the Recycling Center.
Moundwood Recycling Center
Located at the south end of the parking lot at the Moundwood Boat Ramp, Indian Lake State Park.
Quincy Recycling Center
Located near Finfrock Park next to the Quincy Village Maintenance Garage on Logan Street.
Rushsylvania Recycling Center
Located on Mill St., St. Rt. 274 at LeVans HVAC property.
Russells Point Recycling Center
Located at the Indian Lake Water Pollution Control District property 1015 S. Orchard Island Road, also known as St. Rt. 708.
West Liberty Recycling Center
Located on the Village Garage property at 905 Sidney Street.
West Mansfield Recycling Center
Located on Co. Rd. 142 just ½ mile north of the Village.
USING THE PAY-AS-YOU-THROW BAG SERVICE AT THE RECYCLING CENTERS
Pay-As-You-Throw, or PAYT, green bags are for use at the 14 Recycling Centers operated by the Solid Waste District and nowhere else. The green bags are for the disposal of trash and garbage, any unwanted materials such as Styrofoam packing material. Place your trash in a green bag, seal it, and dispose of it in the special trash containers marked PAYT TRASH DISPOSAL.
COST: Currently the cost of a green bag is $2.00 and they are available in rolls of 5 bags for $10. Remember, recycling is always free; the Green Bags are for trash and the disposal fee is $2.00 per bag. By being a careful consumer, recycling everything that can be recycled, your generation of trash can be minimal and inexpensive.
WHERE TO BUY GREEN BAGS: PAYT Green bags have been sold from the vending machines at each of the 14 Recycling Centers. However, in November, 2011 four of the vending machines were heavily damaged by a thief stealing money from the machines. We had to close all vending machines and begin selling the Green Bags at local stores. We are currently having four of the machines rebuilt to accept credit and debit card sales – but no cash transactions. If the card readers work out we will begin converting most of the vending machines to cashless operation.
These stores carry the Green PAYT Trash Bags and sell them by the roll for $10 per roll.
Little Red Mill
Community Market on N. Main Street
Fulmer’s Community Market on Sandusky Ave.
WalMart Super Center
Solid Waste District Office on S. Detroit St.
East Liberty Grocery
Lakeview Village Office
Downtown Discount Grocery
Tinsley’s IGA Super Market
Middleburg Service Center
Rushsylvania One Stop LLC
BJs Drive-Thru (Stewards)
Tinsley’s IGA Super Market
Thoman’s IGA Super Market
WHAT ABOUT BLUE, ORANGE AND TAN BAGS
Blue: Bellefontaine utilizes Blue PAYT trash bags as part of its curbside trash program.
Orange: Orange PAYT trash bags are used in West Liberty for their curbside trash collection program.
Tan: Lake Township residents use tan PAYT trash bags.
The four color bags used in Logan County are not interchangeable. When you purchase a PAYT bag, the money you spend goes to the village or township operating that trash collection program. When you purchase Green PAYT trash bags those funds go to the Solid Waste District to support the trash collection system of the District.
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