The following can be taken to the Woodson County Transfer Station for recycling:
remove lids and rinse if containers have remaining food particles
Clean cardboard and brown paper grocery sacks will be accepted.
All clean and dry newspaper and the newsprint that comes in a Sunday newspaper will be
All clean and dry magazines, phone books, paperback books, and TV guides will be accepted.
Clean and dry school and office paper will be accepted. Clean and dry blue bar and
green bar computer paper will be accepted. Shredded paper will be accepted, also Junk Mail and envelopes will be
PRINTER INK/TONER CARTRIDGES
Please bring ink cartridges in plastic bags or toner cartridges in original boxes.
HARD COVERED BOOKS
Hard covered books are accepted
All types of ferrous and non-ferrous metals; galvanized sheet iron, bicycles, bed springs,
etc. will be accepted as long as they are free of other material such as wood, cloth, sheetrock
WHITE GOODS (APPLIANCES)
All appliances will be accepted. Freon-containing appliances such as refrigerators, air
conditioners, freezers must be separate from other appliances.
Aluminum cans are accepted for recycling by the Lion's Club and they have
a collection building at the transfer station.
Car, truck, and tractor batteries are accepted. Also lawn mower and motorcycle batteries.
Rechargeable batteries; such as nickel cadmium (NI-CD), Nickel metal hydride (NI-MH),
Lithium Ion (LI-ION), and small sealed lead (PB) are accepted.
Tires are accepted for recycling or disposal. There is a $ 5.00 charge if tire is still on wheel.