Marshall County residents without curbside recycling may use the Recycle Depot

during normal business hours.

Recycling Rules

All recycling must be loose, clean, and free of food waste.

Be a sport and PRE-SORT! Separating your recyclables before you come prevents long waiting times.


Big Blue Bins: Cardboard and Paperboard 

Big Green Bins: Paper (Office paper, newsprint)

Office paper and newsprint

Paperboard (e.g., cereal boxes)

No disposable paper face masks or used tissues, please! These are not recyclable. 

No tissue paper or glittery wrapping paper; no gift bags


In the Compactor (HIMCO box):

Plastics and Metal (Aluminum, tin, steel) 

PETE #1 bottles and jars, including beverage, health/beauty products, food jars

HDPE #2 bottles, including milk jugs, orange juice, liquid detergent and softener bottles

PP #5 containers, including margarine, butter, and yogurt cups; medicine bottles

Blue Glass Bin

Glass bottles and jars: all colors accepted, labels are OK. No lids, please.

No Pyrex, porcelain, candle jars, tableware, microwave trays. Canning jars are OK.

Plastic film (grocery bags, shrink wrap, bread bags)

Mixed Styrofoam (all colors, rigid foam, NO FOOD WASTE and NO FLEXIBLE FOAM) These bins are located to the right as you park your vehicle to recycle. 

Please note: The Recycle Depot does not accept large rigid plastics such as Little Tikes playground equipment, pool covers, hot tubs, or plastic bins. Those must go in regular trash or to the landfill. 

As of 11/1/22: the only  type of metal scrap the Depot will accept is small countertop appliances, microwaves, floor sweeper/cleaners, and any appliance with Freon. Large scrap items that we do not accept (washers, dryers, stoves, furniture, etc.) can be taken to any scrap yard in the area. Questions? Call us at 574-935-8618.