F.A.Q.
Frequently Asked Questions
I need a replacement recycling bin/trash bin for my home. What can I do ?
Logansport residents who need to replace a recycling container should contact Republic Services 1-800-989-2539. County residents who need to replaced trash containers should contact their trash vendor.
Waste Management 1-888-253-5660
or 
Republic Services 1-800-989-2539
I am doing a roofing project that requires a roll off container for material. Who can I call?
A roll-off container can be obtained through:
Republic Services: 1-800-989-2539
or
Waste Management: 1-888-253-5660.
I need to get some information, including fees, concerning the Oak Ridge Landfill. How can I reach them?
(574) 398-6005 or (574) 722-5771.
Is glass recyclable?
I have an old television I need to dispose of. Can you help me?
Yes. The Cass County Solid Waste Management District offers five day a week electronic collection for area residents. You must first contact the district office at (574) 732-9253 to make an appointment. We are located at 518 High St. (Downtown). We will not pick up electronics. They must be delivered after making an appointment.

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How can I properly dispose of tires?
The CCRD will accept tires from Cass County Residents and farmers only, no businesses, by appointment.
Tires are only accepted between April through July.

The fees are as follows:
Passenger Tires (Rim size 18" or less) - $1/tire
Racing Tires (Wide) - $2/tire
Commercial Tires (Semi, bobcat, & Fork Truck) - $5/tire
Tractor Tires - $20/tire
I have some old paint. How can I get rid of it?
A lot of the paint that is used by area residents is latex, which is water based. If you are unable to give it to someone else to use, you can leave the lid off and dry it out. Once it's dry, dispose of it with your regular trash. Kitty litter will help dry it out, also. Oil based paint needs to be taken to our Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Day in September.

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Where are the roll off recycling containers in Cass County?
What can I put in a Logansport recycling container or in a roll off bin?
What can I do with motor oil?
The District accepts motor oil during our HHW event in September. 

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for a list of acceptable items.
How Do I Dispose Of...
TELEVISIONS
The Cass County Recycling District accepts electronics five days a week for area residents. You must contact the district office at (574) 732-9253 to make an appointment. We are located at 518 High St. We will not pick up electronics. They must be delivered after making an appointment.
LARGE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Sofas, beds, tables, etc, and any additional trash bags are collected on your regular trash pickup day in Logansport. Items need to have a pre-paid $1 sticker attached. Stickers can be purchased at several locations. Carpet and padding must be in 4-foot lengths, bundled, and weigh less than 50 pounds; each bundle must have a $1 sticker on it. County residents should contact their hauler about disposal of these items. City residents can call the Public Works Department with questions: (574) 753-4610.
APPLIANCES
White goods with CFC gas, including refrigerators, air conditioners, and dehumidifiers require special disposal. Call an appliance dealer to remove the gasses. The Public Works Department will also do it for a fee. Items need a gas removal certificate before disposal. Other white goods, like stoves, washers and hot water heaters, will be picked up for city residents at no additional cost by calling Public Works: 753-4610. County residents should call their hauler for service.
LARGE HEAVY OBJECTS
Large automotive parts, concrete, and similar material will be picked up for city residents by calling Public Works. Also call Public Works for building material disposal options: (574) 753-4610. County residents can call Secondary Metals or similar companies for disposal of metal items. To dispose of building material, contact Oakridge Landfill.
YARDWASTE
TIRES
The CCRD will accept tires from Cass County Residents and farmers only, no businesses, by appointment.
Tires are accepted April through July.
The fees are as follows:
Passenger Tires (Rim size 18" or less) - $1/tire
Racing Tires (Wide) - $2/tire
Commercial Tires (Semi, bobcat, & Fork Truck) - $5/tire
Tractor Tires - $20/tire
PAINT
A lot of the paint that is used by area residents is latex, which is water based. If you are unable to give it to someone else to use, you can leave the lid off and dry it out. Once it's dry, dispose of it with your regular trash. Kitty litter will help dry it out, also. Oil based paint needs to be taken to our Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Day in September.

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