The District's annual HHW Day event will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at Logansport High School from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The service is FREE for Cass County residents. Donations are appreciated. Items accepted are, but not limited to:
Oil based paints/stains, flammable liquids (gas/paint thinner/etc), insecticides, pesticides, corrosives, flammable solids, putty, adhesives, household cleaners, oxidizing solids (pool chemicals), fire extinguishers, stains and varnishes, driveway sealer, acids and bases, household cleaners, oil, oil filters, automotive fluids, fluorescent and mercury-containing bulbs, antifreeze, prescription and over-the-counter medicines (non-controlled), sharps (needles and lancets should be contained and labeled) aerosols, small (1 lb) propane tanks, non-hazardous material (soaps, lotions, etc).
Items NOT accepted are:
- Lab Chemicals
- Infectious Waste
- Radioactive Material
- Large Propane Tanks
- Latex Paint
If you have further questions about what you can bring, feel free to call the office. I'll be happy to answer any of your questions.
Residents in line at noon will still be accepted. Please note that we will not take any items from businesses or industry. We would appreciate your donations at the site.
Fluorescent Tube CollectionFluorescent bulb (tubes) disposal still exists for Cass County residents and businesses. Residents can bring their bulbs to the office by appointment. This service is free for residents and there is an applied fee schedule for local businesses. Again, simply call the office to make an appointment and we will be glad to dispose of the bulbs properly.
- Metal Halide
R-DaysThe Cass County Recycling District no longer hosts R-days. With the implementation of permanent drop-off sites for county residents and the city's curbside program, this program is no longer needed. The District will use budgeted funds to host other necessary events.
Check our website often for further details about new programs and services.