Miami County Recycling (Solid Waste) District
Appliance drop off, Bulky Item drop off, Electronic Waste drop off, Household Chemical drop off, Fluorescent Light Bulb drop off, Old/Outdated Medicine drop off, Traditional Recycling Drop off, and Tire Voucher programs are available during these hours.
THE MONTHLY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS HAVE CHANGED THEIR STARTING TIME TO 12:00 NOON. MEETINGS ARE STILL ON THE 3RD MONDAY OF THE MONTH AT THE MIAMI COUNTY RECYCLING DISTRICT.
Bills for the yearly Recycling Assessment were due MAY 31. Late fees have been added to outstanding bills. Bills, including late fees, must be paid in full by August 31, 2019. This will keep your account from being turned over to our lawyer for further collection action. Bills may be paid using cash, check, money order, or credit/debit card. Bills may be paid in the office on Logansport Road, by mail using the envelope provided in your bill, online using the link on the Miami County Homepage (credit/debit card only), or over the phone by calling 1-866-480-2552 (credit/debit card only). Credit/debit cards incur an additional convenience fee. This fee is charged by the processing company and not by the Recycling District.
The financing could be set up 1 of 3 ways:
- Disposal fee from a land-fill
- District user fee
- Property taxes
District User Fee
The board chose to use the district user fee. This fee is used to supply the funds to pay the cost of recycling and disposal of the materials that are collected.
All Recycling bills are due May 31st. The office normally sends the bills in mid - late March. This gives you an opportunity to know the due date is approaching. We try to give plenty of time for you to be able to pay on time.
Bills that are not paid by May 31st will be charged an additional $25 late fee. Bills that remain unpaid will be turned over to our attorney for collection.
The recycling program has grown from the beginning and will continue to grow as we learn and gain ways to recycle more of the items that we use.
This service is not a garbage collection service. The service you have been using should still be used for garbage collection. By knowing how to recycle properly and by using these methods, some residents have eliminated the use of a garbage service.
Proper Recycling of Traditional Materials in Miami County
Miami County has two different ways to recycle the traditional materials-paper, plastic, glass, metal and cardboard. The drop off sites throughout the county are "Single Stream", which means no sorting of materials. The Peru drop off site is a segregated, or sorted material site. More information can be found about this process in the "Programs" tab.
The mission of the Miami County Solid Waste management District is to implement and provide source reduction and recycling programs that will reduce the amount of solid waste disposed of in landfills, encourage recycling efforts, provide guidance for waste stream reduction, and increase awareness of proper hazardous waste disposal.