Welcome!

Here at MCSW, we love to talk trash! We exist to promote waste reduction, recycling, and responsible waste management here in Marshall County, and we fulfill our mission by offering educational services to people of all ages.

Our services include:

  • Fun classroom presentations for kids grades K-12 that correspondence with State standards
  • Classes here at the Depot or in the community on topics such as composting, the 3 R’s, reducing household hazardous waste, and conserving natural resources
  • Talks for civic or community groups on topics related to our mission
  • A lending library of books and DVDs, including some of the latest documentaries
  • On-site tours of the Recycle Depot

Our Address & Hours

1900 Walter Glaub Drive,
Plymouth, IN 46563

Phone: 574-935-8618

Mondays  7:30AM - 3:30PM

Tuesdays  8:30AM - 3:30PM

Wednesdays - CLOSED

Thursdays  8:30AM - 3:30PM

Fridays  8:30AM - 2:30PM

Open the first and third Saturdays of every month from 8-Noon

This facility serves Marshall County residents only. We are not a waste hauler nor do we accept trash. Please see our rate sheet for the complete list of acceptable items. 

If you are a business, please be advised we only work with Very Small Quantity Generators. Before you load up your vehicle, please visit our business page and always call in advance before you bring us your materials. Thank you!

Items never accepted at the Recycle Depot: ammunition, explosives, radioactive materials, furniture or housewares, mattresses or box springs, bed frames, large rigid plastics (playground equipment, tubs and totes, etc.), wood materials, vinyl siding, pool covers, hot tubs, or scrap metal. Questions? Please call us at 574-935-8618.

 

We follow the Marshall County Government holiday schedule.

Contact our office Monday – Friday during business hours for more information on our services: (574) 935-8618. Or leave us a message and we’ll be happy to call you back!

Blog

Litter: Who Is Responsible?

I still get disgusted by the waste and the thoughtlessness of others. Why should the very people who do not litter get stuck cleaning up for the people who do? Doesn’t this let the perpetrators off scot-free? Aren’t we just reinforcing that no matter what the dumpers throw out, some do-gooder will come along and clean up after them?