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Grants Available For Schools To Promote Environmental Awareness

2 Jan , 2020  

The Board of Directors for the Richland County Regional Solid Waste Management Authority has approved funding for two $500 grants to be provided to local schools. The grants will be awarded to student projects that are focused on bringing awareness to the areas of reduce, reuse or recycle. More…


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Ohio EPA Proposes Changes to Solid Waste Management and Recycling

23 Sep , 2019  

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a series of hearings over the next few weeks, providing the public an opportunity to comment on proposed updates to the state plan that establishes waste reduction and recycling goals for Ohio and the state’s 52 solid waste management districts. The main purpose of the state plan is to help protect the environment by reducing Ohio’s reliance on using solid waste landfill facilities. More…


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Get Ride Of That Spare Tire!

26 Aug , 2019  

You may have heard of tax amnesty, or even amnesty for late library books. What you may not know as well is… “tire amnesty.”

Here’s your chance to find out! Richland County residents can dispose of up to ten car or light pickup truck passenger tires for free (as in no charge) during Richland County Tire Amnesty Day, offered by Richland Public Health in partnership with the Richland County Solid Waste Authority. More…


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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

21 Oct , 2017  

The annual Collection Day for household hazardous waste in Richland County has been set.

The Richland County Regional Solid Waste Management Authority is hosting the event, which will place on Saturday, October 28 between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM at 1125 National Parkway in Mansfield. More…

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Medina County Chooses Rumpke, Richland County Landfill

8 Dec , 2016  

Earlier this week, the Medina County Commissioners approved a two-year contract with Rumpke of Ohio, Inc., according to a Tuesday story in The Medina Gazette.

The article states that the contract will save the County $300,000 as compared to the current contract holder’s bid, and solid waste will be transported to the Noble Road Landfill in Richland County. More…