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Hazardous Waste and Trash Disposal Services
 Medication Pills_thumb.jpg Prescription Drug Drop-Off Site

The Warsaw Police Department is accepting out dated or no longer needed medicines at its medicine drop-off box located inside the lobby of the police station at 2191 E. Fort Wayne Street, Warsaw.



 Household Hazardous Waste

 

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KC Recycling Depot
202 S. Union Street, Warsaw

 


 Free Disposal Items

Special Items 

Oil-Based Paint products
Reusable Latex Paint products
Fluorescent Bulbs (contain Mercury)
Flammables & Poisons
Acids & Oxidizers
Aerosols
Corks

Mercury products
Batteries, all batteries accepted
Motor Oil, Filters & Auto Fluids
Cell Phones
Ink Cartridges
Call before you go when needing to get rid of special items like UV bulbs, electronics, unusable latex paint products, and tires to determine cost of disposal and hours of operation.

Warsaw Curbside Recycling

The City of Warsaw provides curbside recycling for residents.  What you can recycle 
More information is available on Borden's website

Recyclable Items Unacceptable Items
All colors of glass jars and bottles
Aluminum & Metal Cans
Clean Foil & Pie Tins
Cardboard, Cereal Boxes, Paper Towel Rolls, Dry Food Boxes
Telephone, Soft Cover Books
Junk Mail
Plastic Bottles & Containers, Numbers 1-7
Magazines & Catalogs
Newspaper & Newspaper Inserts
Office Paper & File Folders
Paper Bags
Styrofoam
Light Bulbs or Pane-Glass
Hard-Cover Books
Bottle Caps (plastic or metal)
Vinyl
Electronics
Food-Waste
Clothing
Diapers
Scrap Metal


Visit the Environmental Protection Agency's website for further information about Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination.

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