Clark County residents take their recyclables to the nearest recycling drop off station.
The Take It to the Curb campaign was named the Solid Waste Innovator of the Year by the Ohio Buckeye Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). SWANA is the leading professional association in the solid waste field.
Despite its clear benefits, contracted trash service spurs questions and opposition. Here are some answers that will hopefully provide the clarity and transparency needed to help communities make educated decisions about the Take It to the Curb campaign.
A late-July New Carlisle News story takes a look at what Clark County residents should consider, and how a potential curbside recycling program would work.
What is Take It to the Curb all about? The Clark County Solid Waste District explains in this simple 88-second video.
Note: The following is an excerpt from a story published in the Springfield News-Sun on Sunday, June 14, 2015. Click here to read the full story. Some Springfield officials feel a single trash hauler in the city could increase recycling and reduce wear and tear on roadways, but others are opposed to the idea. City …
District officials want to use the “Take It to the Curb, Clark County” campaign to gauge public interest in curbside recycling, increase overall residential recycling rates in the community, and explore whether communities are interested in contracting with a single hauler for trash and recycling service.
The Clark County Solid Waste District is taking great strides to increase recycling efforts in local communities. The “Take It to the Curb” campaign challenges area residents to increase recycling at their homes through curbside recycling .