Household Hazardous Waste
Mark Your Calendars!
Mark Your Calendars!
2024 Household Hazardous Collection Dates Are Here!
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Dedicated to Improving the Environment
Dedicated to Improving the Environment
Porter County Recycling provides services and educational programs to help the residents of Porter County reduce, reuse and recycle.
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Visit a Compost Site

Recycle a wide range of household items, drop off organic yard waste, pick up mulch and compost, and more! Select a location to learn more.

Where Can I Recycle It?

Whether you have coffee cans full of used batteries, a collection of old eyeglasses, a pile of tires, or something else to dispose of, we can help. Discover drop-off locations for some of our most requested items and search our directory for more unusual items.

Education

Porter County Recycling offers educational, interactive programs designed to help adults and children learn about topics ranging from recycling to composting to the contributions that insects make in breaking down waste. Our K-8 programs are free to Porter County Schools and meet Indiana State Academic Standards.

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Pledge to refuse plastic food wrap today for #PlasticFreeJuly

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Weโ€™re out here until about 10a when the next storm band is coming! Drop off your food waste with us this morning or we will see you next Tuesday!

Weโ€™ve already had four drop offs ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ‰
Remember, you can pull right up to use on Indiana Ave.

Weโ€™re out here until about 10a when the next storm band is coming! Drop off your food waste with us this morning or we will see you next Tuesday!

Weโ€™ve already had four drop offs ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ‰
Remember, you can pull right up to use on Indiana Ave.
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Can one provide more info on this?

What you don't see are the other volunteers, each and every one playing a key role in completing the Food Cycle by returning our ends, peelings and undesirable bits of plant matter back to Mother Earth for future generations.

Good to know. Never heard of that.

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