Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction and is the process of turning used materials into new products. You can help reduce energy usage, air pollution and water pollution by recycling. Thanks to a grant from Keeping America Beautiful and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group Your Parks now have recycling bins! Please be sure to keep Your Parks clean and us them. To learn more about the grant we received, read the press release. If your looking to recycle at your home, take a look below to find recycling information for your area.
Recycling in Miami County
The Recycling Center is located behind the Sanitary Engineering Administration office. Below is some basic information on recycling. Please visit the Transfer Station and Recycling page for more information on recycling in Miami County.
Miami County Recycling Center
Business Phone: 937-440-3488
Open Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Saturday from 7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
They take the following for recycling: #1 & #2 Plastics, aluminum cans, steel cans, cardboard, glass (all Colors) and newspapers. They ask that you rinse containers, discard lids, crush cans, boxes and plastic containers. Clean aluminum foil should be packed in steel cans.
The Recycling Center does not take: windows, ceramic materials, plastic insulation, #3 - #7 plastics, Styrofoam, no liquids and no hazardous materials.
Click here to get a list of regulations that describe the conditions under which the City of Troy provides residential refuse collection to its citizens. Any questions regarding refuse collection should be directed to the City’s Central Maintenance & Service Facility at 937-335-1914.
The City of Piqua Recycling Program is provided by Rumpke Recycling. The recycling materials should be placed in the recycling bins and placed alongside the regular refuse prior to 6:30 a.m. on your scheduled refuse collection day. For more information on the City of Piqua recycling Program follow this link.
Waste Management, Inc. is the contract hauler for residential trash removal and recycling services within Tipp City corporation limits. All residential dwellings in Tipp City are required to use Waste Management as their refuse hauler. The billing for refuse will be part of your utility bill. If you have any questions on the billing of refuse or need to change the type of service you are receiving, please contact Tipp City Utilities at 937-667-8424. If you have any questions or problems with service (i.e. what day do they pick up my trash, large item pick up, or they didn't pick up my trash), please contact Waste Management at 1-866-695-3433. If you are in need of the lawn bags, they are available at the Tipp City Government Center. For more information click here.