A nominal annual fee for the bi-weekly curbside collection service has been established to help offset the high operational costs associated with the curbside collection.
For the residents who choose not to participate in the curbside collection program, recycling drop-off sites are provided throughout the county free of charge. The Authority is continuing to work with county municipalities in regard to establishing additional curbside collection programs and/or drop-off collection sites.
The Clinton County Solid Waste Authority is available to advise county businesses, industries, and institutions on the benefits of recycling and to help with the development of individual recycling programs to meet their needs. For more information, contact us today.
Some of the materials available for curbside pickup are: cereal boxes, paper towel rolls, six pack holders, tablet backs, clean food boxes, clean newspaper (including inserts), office paper, junk mail, magazines, catalogs, glossy paper, aluminum, steel, tin food and beverage cans, plastic bottles and jugs coded #1 through #7, typically soda, milk, water, and laundry soap bottles (1 gallon or smaller).
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