Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling Center
Bismarck City Landfill
2111 N. 52nd St.
first and third Saturday of each month
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
- Crews pick up recyclable goods (plastics, newspaper, aluminum/steel cans, cardboard) at eighteen trailers placed at sites around the City
- Metals and plastics are marketed with local recyclers.
- Plastic bottles are sold on the regional market.
- Paper, newsprint and cardboard are baled by the City and sold on the regional market. We do not recycle pizza boxes. They are made of corrugated cardboard, however they are greasy with cheese and other food soaking into the bottom and sides. The problem is that oil and water don't mix.
On February 12, 2013 the Bismarck City Commission approved a residential, single-sort curbside recycling program with Waste Management. Recyclables are combined into the one single-sort container, no separation is needed. The program will begin the spring of 2014.
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