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Important Events You'll Want to Know About!

 

Master Recyclers:

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! The next Master Recycler Course is scheduled for Fri-Sun, April 10-12, 2015. Click HERE for your registration form! Simply fill it out and email, fax or email it back!

 

Read about the first MASTER RECYCLING course graduates!

Call or email for more information! sowens@co.tillamook.or.us or 503.842.3419

Having a family reunion  Or a company picnic  or other large gathering?   Let us help you recycle! We have CLEARSTREAM® containers to use FREE OF CHARGE! Just read this press release for more details! Click here

What was our 2013 recovery rate? Click HERE to read the DEQ Material Recovery Report.

 

WHO is doing the TREX Plastic Film Recycling? Cedar Creek Child Care/Nestucca Valley Headstart, in Hebo and Tillamook Early Learning Center, in Tillamook. Bring your plastic films to them to support their collection efforts!

 

Household Hazardous Waste Collections:

2015 Household Hazardous Waste Calendar: Next event Saturday, March 7,  9am to 1pm (Residential)

2015 Conditionally Exempt Generator Collection Dates (Businesses) Next Business (CEG) Hazardous Waste collection: Friday, June 5, 2015. CEG Collection ad (audio clip)      Is my business a CEG information and form  

 

 

Paint:

Considering adding some COLOR to your surroundings? Check out our recycled latex paint offerings!

Originally we had 9 colors to choose from, now we have 8, 7, 6,  5 and three locations to purchase: our office at 503 Marolf Loop, in Tillamook; CARTM in Manzanita; or the Habitat for Humanity's ReStore in Bay City! Price is $24 for 3 1/2 gallons! Get yours soon--supplies are going fast!   

 

  

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Purpose


Tillamook County regulates solid waste management, providing a coordinated and fiscally responsible solid waste program to protect the health, safety and welfare of the people, and the natural and scenic resources of Tillamook County.

 

 

Tillamook County seeks to minimize the impacts of materials throughout their lifecycle, implementing outreach and education strategies that encourage thoughtful consumption, the reduction of toxics, and the recovery of our material resources.

 

 

 

 

 

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Waste Wise

Welcome to the new, improved semiannual newsletter from the Tillamook County Solid Waste Department.  "Waste Wise" brings you regular news about recycling and waste reduction issues and highlights the great work that members of our community are doing toward that goal.  The links below allow you to view this publication online.

     Waste Wise - Summer 2014 edition Waste Wise - Spring 2013 edition Waste Wise - Summer 2013 edition Waste Wise - Fall 2012 edition  

    

 

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