Solid Waste & Recycling Facility

New Solid Waste Fees Effective January 1, 2021 - Lebanon City Council recently approved amended fees for the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility to be effective January 1, 2021. Also beginning at the start of the new year is a new Food Scraps program. Learn more about the new fees and food waste program. View complete details.

COVID-19 Operations - The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility remains open. Please review the safety precautions we ask you to take when you visit. View complete details.

  1. New Solid Waste Fees Effective January 1, 2021

    Lebanon City Council recently approved amended fees for the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility to be effective January 1, 2021. Also beginning at the start of the new year is a new Food Scraps program. Learn more about the new fees and food waste program. Continue reading...
  2. All kinds of holiday waste. Now what?

    The 2020 holiday season is rapidly coming to a close. You're left with wonderful memories, beautiful songs, delicious food, and... loads of trash. The great thing about trash is: most of it is easily recyclable. Continue Reading...
  3. Don’t Waste Your Christmas Tree

    Christmas trees are a traditional and wonderful part of this season’s celebration. Learn more about choosing an eco-friendly tree and disposing of it after the celebrations are over. Continue reading...
  1. Boxes, Ribbons, Bows: Holiday Waste Reduction Tips

    Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, Americans throw away 25% more trash than any other time of the year. With a little bit of planning, much of the waste we generate can be recycled. Here are a few tips to remember. Continue reading...
  2. This Holiday Season… Clean your Plate

    We are fast approaching the holiday season. Wonderful food will be shared with family and friends. Unfortunately, far too much of that delicious food will be wasted. Find out how you can help reduce food waste this holiday season. Continue reading...
  3. Tis the season for giving… rechargeable batteries

    Many gifts given nowadays require batteries. From remote control cars to hand-held devices like phones and tablets, batteries will be required. At the Lebanon Recycling Center, rechargeable batteries can be recycled. Learn more. Continue reading...
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