Recently SWALCO published website pages for each participating member, 43 in all. On these pages you will find specific information about your neighborhood including your waste hauler, SWALCO local programs and your recycling guidelines to name few. Read on...
With the passage of the Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Act in 1988, counties were required to develop waste management plans to manage the municipal waste generated within their borders. Read on...
Our facility host (2) monthly drop-off days for household chemical waste. Appointments are required. Saturday, January 11 and Monday, January 27 are the next available dates. Read on...
Beginning January 1, 2020 law, HB2296, comes into action. This law will prohibit residents and businesses from placing rechargeable or lead acid batteries into recycling carts. Read on...
We have all seen the chasing arrows symbol on plastic items, including plastic bags. That symbol means recyclable right? Not really.... Read on...
We can truly never tell what our weather will bring this year. Snow, Rain, Sleet...the dehumidifier is constantly running in the background of our lives! Read on...
To make an appointment for a Household Chemical Waste Public Drop Off Event
Please Click on the image below.