Welcome to the Indiana Recycling Directory!
STEP 1. ENTER YOUR ADDRESS IN THE SEARCH BAR AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE
STEP 2. ENTER THE MATERIAL YOU WANT TO RECYCLE IN THE ABOVE SEARCH BOX.
This directory provides an easy to use resource for residents and businesses to access and promote information about recycling opportunities in Indiana - recycling/collection operations, electronics collection/recycling locations, material recovery facilities, tire collection facilities, and more. We encourage recyclers to join this directory to keep it comprehensive and current. This directory is sponsored by the Indiana Recycling Coalition.
Please note that search results are returned by proximity AND keyword so the first page may not contain the closest locations.
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Can I drop off recyclables at the Indiana Recycling Coalition?
The IRC is not an authorized recycler and we are not affiliated with any disposal services. We are a nonprofit that supports waste reduction, reuse, composting, and recycling activities in the state of Indiana through education, grant programming, and outreach.
Come to us with your questions and concerns, not your cardboard and computers!
Where can you drop off materials in Marion Co?If you are an Indy resident looking for recycling services you can visit Sustain Indy for a Recycling Drop Off Locations Map or subscribe to curbside recycling services with Rays or Republic Services.
Why does it cost money to dispose of/recycle my old TV?
Many older models of tv's and computer monitors were made with lead inside of them (How Stuff Works) and are prohibited from landfill disposal. The lead also makes these CRT TVs costly for E-cyclers to process, therefore, there is often a fee $10-$40 fee associated with recycling it.
How can I recycle my old CRT TV?
The following locations accept CRT's for recycling in central Indiana. This list is not exhaustive; non-Marion county residents PLEASE CHECK the resources and programs on your COUNTY'S SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT WEBSITE FIRST.
Where can I recycle styrofoam?