The 2022 program funding application is now available to incorporate new or improve current curbside recycling programs. Funding is also for new or existing material recovery facilities (MRF) and recycling transfer operations located within the Delaware, Knox, Marion, Morrow Solid Waste District. Applications are due November 15, 2021. For more information click on this link.
The HHW Events for the Delaware, Knox, Marion and Morrow counties are complete for the 2021 year. If you have hazardous waste materials that can not wait until Spring 2022, please see the Household Hazardous Waste section on the DKMM website, or contact the DKMM office for additional referral resources. You can reach the office by calling 740-393-4600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning August 5, 2021, Morrow County residents (no businesses, non-profits, government) can recycle electronics every Thursday by appointment only. Those wishing to participate must call the Morrow County Recycling & Litter Prevention Office at 419-946-6400 for further details. There will be a $20 per television fee (cash only, exact change is required) All other electronics are free. Participants should be prepared to unload large items at the collection location.
To manage the District’s current and long term solid waste disposal needs in an environmentally responsible and cost effective manner while reducing reliance on landfills by implementing waste reduction, reuse, and recycling strategies.